California Vows Fight After House OKs Law to Punish Sanctuary Cities

By Marisa Lagos, KQED News Fix/The California Report

Republicans in the House of Representatives pushed through two bills Thursday that would punish so-called sanctuary cities and people who re-enter the country after being deported — and would codify into law much of what President Trump has tried to do by executive order.

But whether or not the measures — one known as Kate’s Law, after San Francisco murder victim Kate Steinle — will be able to get through the Senate remains unclear. Plus, if the bills are signed into law, immigrant rights advocates say they will sue.

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