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TENNESSEE ATTORNEY GENERAL RULES BILL CRIMINALIZING WORKING ILLEGALLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL

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While state legislatures don't seem to have a problem passing grossly unconstitutional bills on immigration, state attorneys general seem to take their oath to uphold the Constitution a little more seriously. Tennessee's Attorney General is the latest to weigh in.



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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    It costs money to defend it in courts. That means less money for education during these not so great economic times, future skill shortages and a need to import even more skilled immigrants. Americans cannot have their cake and eat it too.
  2. Another voice's Avatar
    Other attorney generals should follow suit with this opinion.
  3. USC's Avatar
    Disgusting INS targets quadriplegic:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/12/us/12naturalize.html?_r=1&hp&oref=slogin#

    "In a case that drew Congressional attention this year in Illinois, Marin Turcinovic, an immigrant from Croatia, was twice denied citizenship because he did not show up at the immigration office to be fingerprinted. As his lawyer explained to no avail, Mr. Turcinovic was a quadriplegic, dependent on a ventilator and unable to leave his home.

    Mr. Turcinovic died in April 2004 without becoming a citizen, creating an immigration crisis for his French widow, Corina, who had taken care of him. In January Representative Daniel Lipinski, Democrat of Illinois, presented a bill that halted her deportation."




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