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House Passes 'Kate's Law' To Punish Sanctuary Cities, In The Name Of Kate Steinle

President Trump's threats to punish sanctuary cities may have seen some legal setbacks, but the Republican-led House of Representatives has now stepped in. [ more › ]
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House votes to punish sanctuary cities

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TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – House Republicans passed, 241-179, the Enforce the Law for Sanctuary Cities Act, HR-3009, on Thursday, which would withhold certain federal law enforcement grants to cities that have policies des...

House Passes Kate’s Law, Cracks Down on Illegal Immigration and Sanctuary Cities

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The US House of Representatives has passed a bill which will crack down on illegal immigration and the Sanctuary Cities which protect them in the United States.  The bill creates harsher penalties for illegal aliens who are deported...

House Passes Kate’s Law Along With Anti-Sanctuary City Bill

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Unsurprisingly, most Democrats voted against both bills (CNN) House Republicans joined President Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon in declaring war on sanctuary cities — passing legislation targeting the cities’ funding

#BlondeLivesMatter: Republicans just did for Kathryn Steinle what they will never do for Sandra Bland

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Ever responsive to their Fox News overlords and party standard bearer Donald Trump, Republicans in the House passed legislation today that would deny federal funds to sanctuary cities. House Republicans passed legislation on Thursda...

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The House of Representatives approved two bills to crack down on illegal immigration, a key priority for President Donald Trump. The bills that were passed on Thursday, were aimed at punishing so-called “sanctuary cities” and is mov...

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