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Justice Department Sues Alabama Over Controversial Immigration Law

Discussion in 'Illegal Immigration Issues' started by kwflatbed, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

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    [TD="class: esc-layout-article-cell"]Few Americans take immigrants' jobs in Alabama CBS News - ‎38 minutes ago‎

    Titus Howard of Birmingham, Ala., pulls plastic from fields as he tries his hand at field work in Steele, Ala., Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011.[/TD]
  2. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Immigration Law Blamed for Reported Bullying of Hispanic Students in Alabama

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      Oct. 16, 2011: Marchers gather on the steps of the Limestone County Courthouse to protest Alabama's immigration law in Athens, Ala.
    BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – It was just another schoolyard basketball game until a group of Hispanic seventh-graders defeated a group of boys from Alabama.
    The reaction was immediate, according to the Mexican mother of one of the winners, and rooted in the state's new law on illegal immigration.
    "They told them, `You shouldn't be winning. You should go back to Mexico,"' said the woman, who spoke through a translator last week and didn't want her name used. She and her son are in the country illegally.

    Read more: Immigration Law Blamed For Reported Bullying Of Hispanic Students In Alabama | Fox News
  3. ...Case in point.

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  4. 7costanza

    7costanza Supporting Member

    These people wonder why I fuckin hate them. Standing there unable to speak a word of the language, waving a flag of another Country demading I pay for your ebt, healthcare, tuition, housing all while not even being here legally. If Mexico is so great and your so proud of your heritage then go the fuck back there.
  5. Delta784

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  6. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

  7. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

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    [TD="class: esc-layout-article-cell"]Justice Dept. in deadlock with Alabama over illegal immigration law Washington Post - ‎32 minutes ago‎

    The Obama administration's legal campaign against restrictive state immigration laws has led to a bitter standoff in Alabama, where Justice Department attorneys are investigating possible civil rights violations.[/TD]
  8. cc3915

    cc3915 MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Alabama Law Pays Off: Unemployment Down Sharply After Crackdown on Illegal Aliens

    The war against Alabama’s immigration law has intensified in recent weeks, with a Justice Department lawsuit, visits by DOJ officials, and a showdown over illegal alien children who have been pulled from Alabama schools. Eric Holder sued Alabama, trying to block every aspect of its enforcement provision.
    Why has the Administration and their ACLU and La Raza allies frantically tried to stop Alabama’s law from being enforced?
    Because it’s WORKING – and putting legal Alabamans back to work. As illegals have fled the state by the tens of thousands, the jobs they took – particularly in poultry processing, building trades and transportation – are being filled once again by Alabama citizens. And the unemployment rate in the state has dropped as a result.

    Alabama Law Pays Off: Unemployment Down Sharply After Crackdown on Illegal Aliens | Stand With Arizona
  9. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

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    [TD="class: esc-layout-article-cell"]Ruling on Ala. immigration law averts exodus, groups say USA Today - ‎1 hour ago‎

    Civil rights groups say a judge's decision to halt part of Alabama's strict illegal immigration enforcement law averted a Thanksgiving weekend exodus of Hispanics from the state.[/TD]
  10. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    The judge should be the next one deported.
  11. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

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    [TD="class: esc-layout-article-cell"]Alabama Governor Admits Immigration Law Must Be Retooled Fox News - ‎2 hours ago‎

    Adding his voice to a growing chorus of political leaders who have supported, but now express concerns about, Alabama's [/TD]
  12. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

    The Huntsville Times - al.com
    Alabama immigration crackdown costing state billions: study
    Reuters - ‎1 hour ago‎

    By Verna Gates | BIRMINGHAM, Ala (Reuters) - Alabama's crackdown on illegal immigrants, widely seen as the toughest in the United States, could cost the state's economy up to $10.8 billion, according to a new study.
  13. Delta784

    Delta784 Guest

    Money well-spent.
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  14. Meat Eater

    Meat Eater MassCops Member

    Just another BS study. No one else is going to work the jobs they left behind? If thats the case why not invite 160,000 illegals into the state and make up to 21,000,000 a year off them!
  15. cousteau

    cousteau MassCops Member

    Crimson Tide
    :Capt. Ramsey: Mr. COB!
    Chief of the Boat: Yes, sir?
    Capt. Ramsey: You're aware of the name of this ship, aren't you Mr. COB?
    Chief of the Boat: Very aware, sir!
    Capt. Ramsey: It bears a proud name, doesn't it, Mr. COB?
    Chief of the Boat: Very proud, sir!
    Capt. Ramsey: It represents fine people.
    Chief of the Boat: Very fine people, sir!
    Capt. Ramsey: Who live in a fine, outstanding state.
    Chief of the Boat: Outstanding, sir!
    Capt. Ramsey: In the greatest country in the entire world.
    Chief of the Boat: In the entire world, sir!
    Capt. Ramsey: And what is that name, Mr. COB?
    Chief of the Boat: Alabama, sir!
    Capt. Ramsey: And what do we say?
    Capt. Ramsey, Chief of the Boat: Go Bama!
    All: Roll Tide!
  16. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

  17. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

    Marchers honor historic Alabama trek to protest voter ID law
    USA TODAY - ‎2 hours ago‎

    By Alvin Benn, The Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Thousands of activists walked across one of America's most famous bridges Sunday, saluting the 1965 Voting Rights Act and calling for the rejection of Alabama's tough new immigration ...
  18. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

  19. SgtAndySipowicz

    SgtAndySipowicz Supporting Member

    So the appeals court is siding with Illegals, who by entering this country the way they did committed a FELONY?

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