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PA State Rep Metcalfe Puts Forth "Sanctuary City" Sanctions Bill [Video]

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Pennsylvania State Rep Daryl Metcalfe has brought forth the latest piece of his National Security Begins at Home legislation package. This portion addresses sanctuary cities in the state of Pennsylvania and sanctions them both monetarily and legally.

Below is the event release on the bill and at the bottom is a video message from Daryl Metcalfe to those leaders running sanctuary cities and supporting illegal aliens.

Go Daryl!

State Lawmakers to Unveil “No Sanctuary” Legislation to Offset Increasing Taxpayer Costs Fueling PA’s Illegal Alien Invasion

WHAT: State Representatives Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler), Tom Creighton (R-Lancaster), Mark Mustio (R-Allegheny), Scott Perry (R-Cumberland/York) and Harry Readshaw (D-Allegheny) will introduce the newest additions to the National Security Begins at Home package.

Sponsored by Metcalfe, both pieces of legislation would provide legal and economic sanctions against any city, municipality or other local government entity that adopts ordinances, policies or informal procedures to encourage illegal aliens to reside within its borders or otherwise hinders law enforcement activities.

WHO: Offering support for this bipartisan legislation and providing insight on the ever-increasing social and taxpayer costs resulting from Pennsylvania’s ongoing Illegal Alien Invasion will be Kathleen Appell, research and media coordinator, Citizens for Immigration Control and Enforcement; Marianne Davies, Esq. vice-chair, You Don’t Speak for Me; and Yeh Ling-Ling, executive director Diversity Alliance for a Sustainable America.

Other state lawmakers scheduled to attend include: Reps. Jim Cox, (R-Berks), Rob Kauffman, (R-Cumberland/Franklin), Sam Rohrer (R-Berks) and RoseMarie Swanger (R-Lebanon).


Tipped by Illegal Protest where Ruth has a lot to say about the changing of her hometown in Pennsylvania over the years. Go have a read.

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Posted by: Jack Ripper on June 18, 2008 12:32 PM

State Rep Metcalfe is the real deal. I've been on their mailing list since he started this a couple of years ago. I forwarded the website to my state legislators in FL -- State Rep. Trudi Williams (R) and State Senator David Aronberg (D). Aronberg enver replied and Williams said "she's not interested but will forward it to others. Please forward this website to your state legislators and ask them to join it and ask for a response to your request, not that you'll get one. I asked Rep. Williams why she would not join since she sponsored one of the six illegal immigration bills (that were never voted on in the FL legislature this past session) and never got an answer. This speaks volumes. We must vote out the do nothings!!!

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