House Republicans are intending to find a list of bills in the future that crack upon illegal immigration, according to leadership sources, inside of a bid to do President Donald Trump’s commitment of tougher enforcement.

One of your bills to discover a floor vote, dubbed Kate’s Law, boosts penalties for immigrants who seek to re-enter the us after being deported. It’s named after Kate Steinle, a little daughter woman that was shot and killed in Frisco by an immigrant who are deported repeatedly yet returned. Trump frequently discussed the killing over the campaign trail during the past year.

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The second is legislation that goes after so-called sanctuary cities – localities that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities, including by refusing to keep an immigrant in prison longer simply just so federal officials can pick them as many as be deported. Sanctuary cities, usually liberal jurisdictions for example Nyc, have been a major Trump target.

The "No Sanctuaries for Criminals Act" would toughen penalties for sanctuary cities in multiple ways. By way of example, it will require that cities and counties follow orders from federal immigration officials, including "detainers" that keep immigrants in prison just for them to be found for deportation. It could also bar Homeland Security and Justice Department grants from sanctuary cities that will not comply.

The legislation, provided by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), also expands mandatory detention policies to protect immigrants with drunken driving violations individuals experienced their visa revoked.

"The home Judiciary Committee is working to improve our nation’s immigration laws and policy, and today We have introduced two, straightforward bills to reinforce public safety," Goodlatte said in a statement Friday. "We owe it to your families of people that lost family and friends to do this to stop these horrible crimes. They may have waited too long.”