According to a statement from the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, as many as 12 other states have legislators who are already pushing or considering drafting legislation similar to Arizona's S.B. 1070, which requires local law enforcement officers during the course of a "lawful stop, detention or arrest" to ask for proof of citizenship or legal immigration status and turn those without it over to federal authorities for deportation.
"We are excited to see so many Americans who represent the 60 – 81 percent of U.S. citizens who support Arizona's S.B. 1070 contacting their state lawmakers to ask for similar legislation," said William Gheen of ALIPAC. "Our network of over 30,000 supporters started asking other states to follow Arizona weeks before Governor Brewer signed the bill. We will not stop until we have S.B. 1070 protecting American jobs, wages, health and lives in all 50 states." [...]
I really don't know why the Law is called a "controversial law" but I guess just tiny bit of PC is ... no! WAIT! PC is not allowed to exist. Stop calling the Law a controversial LAw because those that think it to be controversial are the Leftinistra and who gives a rat's ass what they think anyway?
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