Some people of color in Oregon are afraid racial profiling by police could become more frequent if a measure to repeal the state’s sanctuary status passes in November. Measure 105 would roll back a 31-year-old law that forbids the use of state and local resources to enforce federal immigration law and was originally passed to crack down on racial profiling. But 18 county sheriffs are supporting it, saying the sanctuary statute undermines respect for law in significant ways. Proponents of the measure say the state’s sanctuary statute is leading to more crime.