The Republican-led House is pushing ahead on legislation to crack down on illegal immigration. One bill would strip federal funds from ‘sanctuary’ cities that shield residents from federal immigration authorities.
The Republican-led House is pushing ahead on legislation to crack down on illegal immigration. One bill would strip federal funds from ‘sanctuary’ cities that shield residents from federal immigration authorities. Haven Daley AP
The Republican-led House is pushing ahead on legislation to crack down on illegal immigration. One bill would strip federal funds from ‘sanctuary’ cities that shield residents from federal immigration authorities. Haven Daley AP

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