The Kansas House on Wednesday approved Attorney General Derek Schmidt's bill banning "sanctuary cities" that came on the heels of an ordinance passed by the Unified Government in Wyandotte County.
The bill makes it illegal for any city to pass a law that would in any way keep a law enforcement officer from cooperating with federal authorities to collect and exchange information about immigration status.
The bill, approved on an 84-38 vote, also . . .
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