Kate's Law

Kate Steinle Murder Trial Begins

A judge has begun the murder trial for the illegal alien charged with the 2015 killing of Kate Steinle in San Francisco.

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Jeff Sessions Touts House Passage of Immigration Bills

Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in Las Vegas, Nevada Wednesday to federal, state, and local law enforcement about ongoing efforts to combat violent crime and rein in so-called “sanctuary cities.”

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Poll Shows Strong Support for GOP’s Kate Steinle Law

New polls show that Americans strongly favor tougher penalties for illegal aliens who return after repatriation but also are ambivalent about whether the federal government should penalize cities for helping illegal aliens avoid deportation.

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Exclusive – Rep. Steve King: Time Is Now to End ‘100% Preventable’ Illegal Alien Crime

For years, people have heard me say that “I want to rip Obamacare out by the roots as if such act had never been enacted.” Well, today, the House of Representatives took a step towards placing a Root in the law. A Root named Sarah. By passing “Sarah’s Law,” a law I wrote in honor of Iowan Sarah Root, the House has enhanced the government’s ability to keep dangerous illegal aliens locked up and off of our streets.

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‘Kate’s Law,’ ‘Sanctuary City De-funding’ Bills Going to House Vote

Two major immigration enforcement bills are expected to go before the U.S. House this week for a vote – including “Kate’s Law” and a sanctuary city de-funding bill. Passage of these important bills will help deliver on campaign promises made by President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress during the last election cycle.

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Donald Trump Promises To Pass ‘Kate’s Law’

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s 10-point immigration plan, revealed in his immigration speech in Arizona on Wednesday evening, includes one of the issues that first propelled his campaign: the passage of a “Kate’s Law,” named for a young California woman who was killed at the hands of a five-times deported illegal alien.

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What Congress Didn’t Do This Week to Stop Terrorism

In the wake of the terrible tragedy in Orlando Sunday, GOP leadership plans to take a victory lap after holding a vote on a bill that combines three counterterrorism bills that have already passed the House individually.

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