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    The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and a coalition of civil rights groups filed a class action lawsuit today challenging Alabama’s extreme anti-immigrant law, HB 56, passed last month. The draconian law is even more restrictive than the Arizona law it was inspired by—Arizona’s SB 1070.
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    The Alabama law chills children’s access to public schools by requiring school officials to verify the immigration status of children and their parents; authorizes police to demand “papers” demonstrating citizenship or immigration status during traffic stops; and criminalizes Alabamians for ordinary, everyday interactions with undocumented individuals says the suit.

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    The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and a coalition of civil rights groups filed a class action lawsuit today challenging Alabama’s extreme anti-immigrant law, HB 56, passed last month. The draconian law is even more restrictive than the Arizona law it was inspired by—Arizona’s SB 1070.
    HS News
    The Alabama law chills children’s access to public schools by requiring school officials to verify the immigration status of children and their parents; authorizes police to demand “papers” demonstrating citizenship or immigration status during traffic stops; and criminalizes Alabamians for ordinary, everyday interactions with undocumented individuals says the suit.

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      The States that are implementing these draconian laws are doing their citizens a disservice. Extra tax revenue will have to be raised in order to fight the Federal government in the courts.

      This AL law like all the others will be struck down as unconstitutional. You have to wonder if and when will these idiots in power will ever learn?
      "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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      • #4
        ...the barely-literate, illegal-alien-loving Brit once again passes his uneducated (and worthless) judgment on the constitutionality of laws duly enacted by the elected representatives of the AMERICAN people.

        Fortunately for the American people, Brit's analysis of constitutional issues is WRONG.

        Arizona's various anti-illegal-alien immigration laws are steadily working their way through court challenges...and the SUPREME COURT RECENTLY UPHELD THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE EMPLOYER SANCTIONS LAW!!!

        Arizona's SB1070 is mostly in effect, having had - almost certainly only temporarily - some minor provisions blocked by a Federal Judge, who is likely to be overturned by the Supreme Court.

        Illegals need to realize that their arrogance has run its course, and the American people want them GONE!

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        • #5
          There is nothing in the law about "papers." In Alabama, as elsewhere, police always ask for identification of people they stop as part of their duties. They also have an inherent right to arrest and detain illegal aliens.

          Those opposed to this only want to protect illegal aliens.

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          • #6
            Mark my words, the parts of SB1070 which have been found and upheld as unconstitutional will be found as such when it gets to the Supreme Court. All of the other would-be States that have followed suit will find the same fate. This is the wrong way to go about it.
            "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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