A large crowd gathers at Dallas City Hall after the Mega March in downtown Dallas. A tough Texas anti-“sanctuary cities” bill that threatens to throw county sheriffs and small-town constables in jail if they refuse to help enforce federal immigration law looks to be on the fast track toward passage in the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature.
A large crowd gathers at Dallas City Hall after the Mega March in downtown Dallas. A tough Texas anti-“sanctuary cities” bill that threatens to throw county sheriffs and small-town constables in jail if they refuse to help enforce federal immigration law looks to be on the fast track toward passage in the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature. Louis DeLuca The Dallas Morning News
A large crowd gathers at Dallas City Hall after the Mega March in downtown Dallas. A tough Texas anti-“sanctuary cities” bill that threatens to throw county sheriffs and small-town constables in jail if they refuse to help enforce federal immigration law looks to be on the fast track toward passage in the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature. Louis DeLuca The Dallas Morning News

Texas anti-‘sanctuary cities’ bill looks to be on fast track to House approval

April 12, 2017 08:34 PM

UPDATED April 12, 2017 08:34 PM

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