“No Sanctuary for Criminals” (HR 3003) and “Kate’s Law” (HR 3004) will be the two bills put to the vote today, after Republicans got enough votes for their evaluation.
HR 3003 seeks to eliminate federal funds from the Department of Justice and National Security to sanctuary jurisdictions “that do not comply with federal arrest warrants,” Univisión reported.
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The same law would allow victims of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants to sue Sanctuary Cities and local law enforcement.
Legal analyst James Goodnow told ABC 15 that this bill is the Republicans’ way of fulfilling their electoral promises: “The GOP lawmakers pushing the bill argue that the steps are necessary to keep citizens safe from crimes committed by illegal immigrants,” said Goodnow. “Those opposed to the bill
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