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  • NO AMNESTY!!!
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    I do my part, I keep reporting the criminal illegals to all pertinent authorities.

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    All of this phony hand wringing over douchebags who don't belong here in the first place is tiresome....if someone is in this country legally AND has permission to work, then no particular law of Alabama (nor any other state) should effect them...only those irresponsible lowlifes should sprint for the border..and US citizens should stop rewarding illegals and their equally illegal brats by giving them in state tuition or anything else except a one way bus ticket back to the land of tacos and frijoles.

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  • federale86
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    The employees are illegal. He admitted as much in an interview where he said he is not a private detective and therefore doesn't know if the documents his employees provided were real.

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  • BoardWizard
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    Illegal immigrants who do well in high school are not only eligible for lower-cost, in-state tuition rates at Texas universities and colleges. Thanks to legislation signed by Gov. Rick Perry in 2001, many are also receiving publicly funded grants to pay for their education. Read more here



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  • Students in Texas Illegally Are Eligible for State Aid

    Illegal immigrants who do well in high school are not only eligible for lower-cost, in-state tuition rates at Texas universities and colleges. Thanks to legislation signed by Gov. Rick Perry in 2001, many are also receiving publicly funded grants to pay for their education. Read more here



    Alabama Immigration Law: Opponents Rally Around Deli Owner, Latino Workers
    Last week HuffPost told the story of Steve Dubrinsky, a Birmingham deli owner who was pilloried by strangers for defending his Latino workforce in an interview with the Birmingham News. Dubrinsky had told the paper that even documented Latinos were scared of Alabama's sweeping new immigration enforcement law, and that many legal workers would end up leaving the state because they no longer felt comfortable there. Read more here
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