Opening statement on SB411, a bill to end sanctuary cities in Arkansas
SB411, TO PROHIBIT MUNICIPAL SANCTUARY POLICIES. a bill that would have banned sanctuary cities in Arkansas, failed to pass out of Arkansas House Committee on City, County & Local Affairs by 1 vote.
Despite several people signed up to speak for an against the bill, only 1 person who spoke against the bill was allowed to go before the committee.
Representative Carol Dalby (R) District 1 (Texarkana) walked out of the Committee before the vote was made.
Representative Jana Della Rosa (R) District 90 (Rogers area) was never at the committee meeting.
Representative Matthew J. Shepherd (R) (House Speaker) ( El Dorado) was also not present at the important committee meeting.
Representative David Whitaker (D) District 85 Fayetteville area made multiple motions to end debate and any public comment. He acted as a further disgrace by threatening to call security on me when I confronted him on the issue.
There is a chance that SB411 could be put before the full Arkansas House, but true reform on stopping illegal immigration will require voting out more democrats & Republicans in Name Only.
During the last session, Asa Hutchinson spoke against a similar bill, and made "no opinion" on SB411.
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Here's an example of what the committee didn't want to hear: