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Judge Orders Sheriff Joe to Pay $94K in Lawyers' Fees; Taxpayers to Get Stuck with Bill

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  1. George Chell in Singapore's Avatar
    Let the racist citizens of Arizona pay!!
  2. George Chell in Singapore's Avatar
    At least Governor Snyder has brains....
  3. Another Voice's Avatar
    It will be nice to remind the republicans of this expenses when they talk about government spending and de-fund education and other safety nets for society.... They will cut education any day but they got to have their racism dose, that is a keeper for them any day!!!
  4. gg's Avatar
    Slow driving on I-89 ends in immigration investigation for Jamaican driver, passengers
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    Inspector general to review criminal immigrant arrests through fingerprint checks
    By The Associated Press - 4 hours ago
    WASHINGTON -- The Department of Homeland Security's inspector general says he will begin a review of an immigration enforcement program known as Secure Communities in August rather than later as originally planned.
    Acting inspector general Charles Edwards says in a letter, dated Thursday, to California Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren that the review will determine the extent to which Immigration and Customs Enforcement uses Secure Communities to find and deport immigrants who are dangerous criminals. Immigration officials check fingerprints of all people booked in local jails to find immigrants to deport.
    Lofgren has asked the inspector general to investigate whether Homeland Security employees lied to the public, local governments and Congress about Secure Communities after reviewing thousands of federal emails made public.
  6. George Chell in Singapore's Avatar
    GOP education cuts mean more skilled immigration not less! This they need to understand...otherwise the country is doomed!
  7. gg's Avatar
    A reality check once a while is good
  8. New Guy's Avatar
    Agree with George. They better understand the consequences of education cuts and effects of less skilled immigration policies - especially skilled!!!
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  10. Another Voice's Avatar
    Tax cutting republicans want to make the criminals take the jobs vacated by Immigrants!!!

    Nathan Deal: Offer probationers 11,000 'employment opportunities' in Georgia's crop fields
    10:04 am June 14, 2011, by jgalloway

    Gov. Nathan deal's just-issued assessment of rural Georgia's labor shortages as a result of HB 87:

    "After a thorough review of the voluntary survey conducted by Georgia's Department of Agriculture, under the leadership of Commissioner Gary Black, it is my understanding that there are some 11,000 employment opportunities currently available in the agriculture community for one day, one month or multiple months.

    "Working in conjunction with Mark Butler, commissioner of the Department of Labor, Commissioner Black put together an honest and thoughtful data package, and I commend them and their staffs for their hard and timely work on this significant matter.

    "The agriculture industry is the number one economic engine in Georgia and it is my sincere hope to find viable and law abiding solutions to the current problem our farmers face. Specifically, I asked Department of Corrections Commissioner Brian Owens and Commissioner Black to review the current situation and offer possible options. Commissioner Owens has indicated that there are 100,000 probationers statewide, 8,000 of which are in the Southwest region of the state and 25 percent of which are unemployed.

    "Commissioner Owens is working with Commissioner Black and other state agencies to connect unemployed probationers-especially those in the Southwest part of the state-and others who are preparing to reenter the workforce to employers who are seeking labor. I believe this would be a great partial solution to our current status as we continue to move towards sustainable results with the legal options available.

    "I want to encourage Georgia's agricultural community to continue working with Commissioner Black. In the meantime, Commissioner Butler will continue to publicize the availability of agricultural employment opportunities and Commissioner Owens will work to potentially fill jobs on our farms."
  11. F's Avatar
    It would be interesting to see how many of those "probationers" will be employed by these conserative farmers. Lot of them have guns for self protection , so they might indeed.
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