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  • NY Times Freaks Out After Judge Upholds Most of Alabama’s Immigration Law

    How significant was Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn’s ruling upholding key sections of Alabama’s H.B. 56 immigration law? Well, just ask the New York Times, which flipped out over it in their lead editorial:

    A federal judge has upheld most of Alabama’s new immigration law, the nation’s harshest and most radical attempt to harness a state’s power to find and punish illegal immigrants. The consequences for Alabamans will be serious — not just for the undocumented, but for their blameless citizen children, for those who are mistaken for unauthorized immigrants and for farmers and other business owners ensnared in the law. Read more here


    “I don’t care about immigration – I just don’t,” said Chiqui Cartagena, VP of Corporate Marketing for Univision. The audience giggled. Three other expert panelists on stage with Cartagena, as part of an event at Advertising Week called “Will Latinos Elect Our Next President?”, echoed her insistence that statistically-speaking, immigration is not as important to Latino voters as many think.

    According to Univision polls, Cartagena said, immigration ranked number ten in most important issues for Latino voters. Issues like the economy, education, and jobs all ranked higher. Read more here
    -BoardWizard

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    How significant was Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn’s ruling upholding key sections of Alabama’s H.B. 56 immigration law? Well, just ask the New York Times, which flipped out over it in their lead editorial:

    A federal judge has upheld most of Alabama’s new immigration law, the nation’s harshest and most radical attempt to harness a state’s power to find and punish illegal immigrants. The consequences for Alabamans will be serious — not just for the undocumented, but for their blameless citizen children, for those who are mistaken for unauthorized immigrants and for farmers and other business owners ensnared in the law. Read more here


    “I don’t care about immigration – I just don’t,” said Chiqui Cartagena, VP of Corporate Marketing for Univision. The audience giggled. Three other expert panelists on stage with Cartagena, as part of an event at Advertising Week called “Will Latinos Elect Our Next President?”, echoed her insistence that statistically-speaking, immigration is not as important to Latino voters as many think.

    According to Univision polls, Cartagena said, immigration ranked number ten in most important issues for Latino voters. Issues like the economy, education, and jobs all ranked higher. Read more here
    -BoardWizard

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    • #3
      Freak is the operative word. Old Pinch is just freaking about everything.

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