House GOP looks to cement law-and-order platform during National Police Week

House GOP looks to cement law-and-order platform during National Police Week


House Republicans are teeing up a number of pro-law enforcement bills to hit the floor during National Police Week, looking to hammer home their law-and-order platform ahead of the 2024 election. 

Lawmakers will vote on a slew of police-related legislation over the coming days, including bills to increase protections for law enforcement officers as well as resolutions denouncing the Biden administration over what Republicans consider to be “soft-on-crime” policies. The law enforcement bills will also include a number of provisions seeking to crack down on the rise of illegal immigration at the southern border, which has become a hot-button topic on Capitol Hill.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the top pieces of legislation coming to the floor this week: 

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Deport illegal immigrants who assault

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