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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

Justice Department Considering Suing More States

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Good to see the White House defending our Constitution. The states whose new immigration laws are being examined include Georgia, Indiana, South Carolina and Utah. To voters in states looking at similar bills, remember that your taxpayer dollars are being used to defend these laws.

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    Eventually the Supreme Court will rule on this...they have to side with states rights or with the feds. The antis better hope that the feds win out because, if the states do, there are other states ranging from Illinois to California which have liberal immigration statutes in their books. All it will do is push undocumented and the documented Hispanics and perhaps other minority looking foreigners out of states such as GA into IL and CA which may result in more electoral college votes for CA and IL and fewer for the racist ones!
  2. Newt Gingrich's Avatar
    If the Supreme Court side with States, can a state like CA or NY will be able to grant citizenship to undocumented aliens?
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