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Monday, March 05, 2012

Georgia Senate votes to ban illegal immigrants from Georgia's public colleges

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Illegal immigrants would be barred from attending all of Georgia’s 60 public colleges under a bill the Senate passed Monday.

If Senate Bill 458 becomes law, Georgia would join Alabama and South Carolina in barring these students from public colleges. State college and university officials have said the legislation is not necessary because they have already taken steps to ensure that illegal immigrant students are not taking slots away from U.S. citizens and students legally in this country.

Monday's 34-19 vote makes SB 458 the biggest measure concerning illegal immigration to advance in this legislative session. It follows up on House Bill 87, a sweeping piece of legislation that Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law last year and is considered one of the toughest laws passed by a state legislature in recent years targeting illegal immigration. . . .

SB 458 applies to the 35 colleges in the University System of Georgia and the 25 in Technical College System of Georgia. The bill's sponsor, Sen. Barry Loudermilk, R-Cassville, said it guarantees that taxpayer-supported colleges only serve citizens and those who are in the country lawfully. He and other supporters said it's wrong for illegal immigrants to take slots at these schools since they can't legally work in the country after graduation. . . .

Senate Democrats, in a minority report, wrote that denying illegal immigrant students the chance to further their education "will limit their ability to contribute to Georgia's economy" and "cost Georgia money in the long run." But Loudermilk said illegal immigrant students won't contribute to the state's economy because they can't legally work in the country. "Their option," he said, "is to take the education they receive and go overseas." To stop that, he said illegal immigrants "should not receive a publicly funded, taxpayer benefit." . . . [Read Full Story]

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Chuck Struensee said...

Common sense conservatism strikes again

3/6/12, 4:30 PM  
Anonymous Johnny Publique said...

Great news

3/7/12, 11:35 PM  

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