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School districts asking kids immigration status are breaking law?

As I write this, congress is debating new laws that would require employers to certify that all employees are legally here in the US.  This would mean that private industry must enforce the laws that have been made regarding illegal immigration.  But, what about government agencies?  Well, we already know that the police cannot ask a person their immigration status, unless they have committed a grievous crime like murder, rape, etc.  Now, local government run schools cannot ask that question either.

So, now we have a situation were the public run agencies are not allowed to enforce our laws, but private industry must, or be fined for not doing so.  This is just another example of how screwed up this state is!

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September 17, 2008 - Posted by | Abbott Districts, Illegal | , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Every town in New Jersey should certify some or all of their officers through 287g program to enforce immigration laws locally.

    Comment by Jesse O. Kurtz | October 8, 2008 | Reply

  2. I suggest that you add two blogs and a web-site to your blogroll.

    1) The Atlantic City Scoop (http://cityofatlantic.wordpress.com), my blog on all political things Atlantic City.

    2) Liberty and Prosperity for Today (http://libertyprosperity.wordpress.com), promoting eight liberty principles for a restoration of a culture of liberty.

    3) http://www.libertyandprosperity.org the web-site of a group dedicated to educating people that the tenants of our founding documents still apply to us today.

    Comment by Jesse O. Kurtz | October 8, 2008 | Reply


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