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Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Today's Headlines on Illegal Aliens & Immigration - Nov 4, 2009

Homeland Security Department Gags Local Law Enforcement to Protect 'Privacy' of Illegal Aliens (CNSNews.com)– The Department of Homeland Security is gagging local law enforcement agencies around the country to protect the privacy of illegal aliens. Kelly Nantel, press secretary for ICE, told CNSNews.com that although illegal aliens are not protected under federal privacy law, it is the policy of the Department of Homeland Security to extend privacy protections to individuals who are in the country illegally.

Republicans Say Obama Administration Is Limiting Arrests of Illegal Aliens (CNSNews.com) – Fifty-four members of Congress, mostly Republicans, have signed a letter to President Barack Obama praising the 287(g) program that allows trained state and local law enforcement officers to enforce federal immigration law. The Oct. 26 letter comes shortly after the Obama administration imposed new limits on state and local law enforcers, preventing them from arresting many of the illegal immigrants with whom they come into contact.

New Study Reveals Connection Between Enforcing Immigration Laws and National Security (CNSNews.com) – A new study by the conservative think tank Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) reveals the connection between enforcing immigration laws and national security -- sometimes in chilling detail. The report says state and local law enforcement agencies "are making a significant contribution to public safety and homeland security, not just in their jurisdictions, but for us all."

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