Vitter stated that he was aware of the resolution drafted in part by a few Associated Student Body Senators as well as some presidents of student organizations calling for the university’s status to be a sanctuary for undocumented students. Vitter stated that leaders from the Associated Student Body had informed him that the resolution was pulled from Tuesday’s agenda. The statement stated that the resolutions being circulated had been in draft form and hadn’t been approved by the ASB Senate Committee on Rules nor the ASB Senate. The resolution was circulated and received many comments via social media. Some state legislators posted on Facebook asking constituents to voice their dissatisfaction with the resolution to university officials.