Jul 21, 2015

Sanctuary law unlikely to change despite clamor over pier slaying - San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco officials are showing little desire to make significant changes to the city’s sanctuary laws, despite national outrage over the killing of Kathryn Steinle, allegedly by a man who had been deported five times, and calls by politicians that the city change its policies. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said the city “made a mistake” by not turning suspected shooter Juan...

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