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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Report: 40 U.S. States Passed Immigration Laws in 2011

Rasmussen Report
(March 16, 2011)
ARRA News Service - Karen Brooks, NewsMax - Reuters reports: Nearly 250 new immigration laws and resolutions were enacted in 40 U.S. states during the first half of this year, indicating frustration with the federal government's handling of the issue, according to a new report.

The laws range from hiring restrictions to voter identification and allowing in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, according to the report released Tuesday by the National Conference of State Legislatures. . . .

"States are reacting to the federal government in inefficiency and they're trying to figure out how to deal with it -- good, bad and ugly," said Wendy Sefsaf, director of communications at the American Immigration Council, a Washington think tank. Immigration impacts every policy issue there is, and people are trying to figure out how to manage it, for better or for worse, because the federal government won't." . . .

* Ten states enacted legislation requiring businesses or contractors to use the government E-Verify program to ensure the legal status of workers.

* Five states -- Alabama, Georgia, Utah, Indiana and South Carolina -- enacted omnibus laws inspired by Arizona's 2010 law, which gave police the power to enforce immigration. All have been challenged in court. (Editing by Greg McCune) . . . [Full Story]

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Jan Lea said...

Too bad AR wasn't one of them.

8/11/11, 11:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We need to stop BARAK HUESEIN OSAMA from giving amnestY of ILLEAGAL ALIENS before the 2012 elections. That's his plan for millions of votes to another term. Then he'll try to change the law about presidents only serving more than 2 terms. Socializm here we come. We will all be forced to be communists !inest

8/13/11, 11:23 PM  

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