According to the Texas Tribune, Governor Perry has added sanctuary city legislation to the current Special Session. Here's what the Tribune said:

Perry added abolishing “sanctuary cities,” the common term for entities that prohibit law enforcement from inquiring about immigration status, to the special session "call" — the list of items he’s asking lawmakers to address. The item was the only one of six "emergency items," so designated by Perry, that didn’t make it the governor’s desk during the regular session that ended last month.

Do you think that Governor Rick Perry will get the sanctuary city legislation he wants? Or will it be shot down again by lawmakers?