BREAKING: Florida House votes on banning sanctuary cities

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BY TEAM DML / APRIL 24, 2019 /

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The Florida House passed a bill Wednesday that would ban sanctuary cities from existing in the state.

The high-profile bill sponsored by state Rep. Cord Byrd (R), if signed into law, would require local law enforcement agencies to work with federal immigration authorities in identifying undocumented immigrants, according to CBS 4 Miami.

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The GOP-led House voted 69-47 nearly along party lines to pass the measure Wednesday. A similar bill is currently in the state Senate as well.

The bill would also punish local governments for not complying with the ban with a fine of $5,000 for each day a sanctuary city policy is in place.

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