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SCOTTSBORO BOYS MUSEUM & CULTURAL CENTER OPENING STORIES

The Ledger: "Scottsboro, Ala., Museum Opens to Mark a Shameful Case " http://www.theledger.com/article/20100221/NEWS/2215011


Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Alabama's Immigration Law Is Bad for Citizens

"Stop children, the fascist are waiting at the Alabama border! Your papers please." Republican Alabama Governor "States Rights" Bentley discriminates against American children born of parents in nation illegally. "Make the children suffer," the new Republican mantra.

Link:  Why Alabama's Immigration Bill Is Bad for Citizens - The Atlantic "The state is trying to embed immigration enforcement into everyday life, thereby making government even more omnipresent." 

"Alabama Immigration Law Will Be Costly - Alabama, the lawyers want to say, "thanks."
Read more from this Tulsa World article at  http://www.tulsaworld.com/opinion/article.aspx?subjectid=61&articleid=20110613_11_A11_Alabam253902


Read more, the Anniston Star, Editorial Board - "Breaking our mean code: Alabama state government punishes working people."
 http://annistonstar.com/view/full_story/14215441/article-Breaking-our-mean-code--Alabama-state-government-punishes-working-people?instance=opinion_lead

2 comments:

immigration lawyers said...

We can't really prevent discrimination. But in this situation, the more affected are the children.

Garry said...

True, thank you for your comment.