Alabama's Strict Anti-Immigration Law Causes 'Unintended Consequences'

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Since Alabama introduced the nation's toughest anti-illegal immigration law, "unintended consequences" has mace life more difficult not only for undocumented immigrants, but also to documented, legal residents of the state. The new law, known as HB 56, has made every day activities like renewing a driver's license, teaching in public schools, or even helping an illegal immigrant with charity difficult or potentially criminal activities.

Alabama State Senator Gerald Dial, the Republican majority whip representing east Alabama’s 13th District, explains more about the immigration issue and how the bill can be fixed. Reverend Paul Zoghby of St. Margaret’s Catholic Church in Foley, Alabama says he has lost more than 20 percent of his congregation since the law was passed. He talks about what undocumented immigrants have experienced.

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Dave Francis from Indianapolis, IN

Enforcement through Attrition is the operation of Mandatory E-Verify. Call Washington at 202-224-3121 and strongly demand that Lamar Smith’s ‘The Legal Workforce Act’ be passed now. It will save American jobs from unscrupulous business owners who are colluding with lawmakers to kill this bill. All illegal aliens must go and our laws enforced. Illegal Aliens by definition is a criminal fugitive from ICE and then to use a fraudulent document to get a job, makes it a—FELONY. Don’t hesitate; don’t wait as more reluctant lawmakers are co-sponsoring bill (H.R.2885.) The Washington switchboard at 202-224-3121 is already inundated with infuriated callers, who are justifiably contacting their representatives. Now it’s your turn? Study more about costs and the 20 million already here. Stop this travesty of the ‘Rule of Law.” NumbersUSA has all the facts and not lies from the Democrats. Join the TEA PARTY and throw out all the politicians, who are spending America into a third world country.

Nov. 18 2011 09:29 PM

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