Jul 12, 2015

Would Hill Republicans dare crack down on sanctuary cities? | Washington Examiner

After the killing of Kate Steinle, shot dead on a pier in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant who had been convicted of seven felonies and deported five times, it would seem almost a no-brainer that Congress would seek to correct the situation in which self-declared sanctuary cities like San Francisco defy federal law by refusing to hand over criminal immigrants to federal authorities. After...

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