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Republican North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis announced new legislation Tuesday to protect the victims of illegal immigrants in sanctuary cities.

Tillis noted in a Tuesday press release that his inspiration for the legislation came from his home state, where he argues sanctuary policies have resulted in a dangerous environment for citizens:

The article goes on to state the following:

The Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act would “hold sanctuary jurisdictions accountable for failing to comply with lawful detainer and release notification requests made by federal authorities and jeopardizing public safety.”

Tillis posted several statement on Twitter announcing the legislation Tuesday morning. He said Senators Lindsey Graham, Chuck Grassley, Joni Ernst, Marsha Blackburn and Ted Cruz are co-sponsors of the bill.

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  1. In the near future sanctuary cities will greatly regret their decision to be sanctuary cities when they are overrun and bankrupt due to their sanctuary status. They are already morally bankrupt and care more for illegal immigrants than they do for their own citizens.

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