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After doing a little more digging, I found that the two facades are returning different information because a little piece of information that I accidentally left out was that I'm also using Spark.

It seems that Spark is injecting some functions to the User facade that I didn't realize.

Does anyone know if it is possible to put a Where clause on the User facade? So that I can return just the users that I need? This would help tremendously.


So, anyone trying to figure out this on their own, I have finally found the right solution and it was much simpler than I anticipated.

In your User model, just add this code:

public function scopeState($query, $state)
    return $query->where('emailNotification', 'like', '%'.$state.'%');

This essentially creates your own search query on the User facade. Now instead of calling User::all();, you just call User::state($state)->get(); and this returns exactly what I was looking for.

Hopefully, this will help someone else looking to do something similar.


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