Monthly Archives: November 2011

Congressional Democrats File Suit against Alabama Law

Last week, thirty-nine House Democrats signed onto an amicus (“friend of the court”) brief in support of lawsuits filed by the Department of Justice and Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama against H.B. 56, Alabama’s tough immigration enforcement law. (See amicus … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Sues to Block Utah Enforcement Law

President Obama’s Justice Department (DOJ) filed suit November 22 to enjoin provisions of Utah’s “Illegal Immigration Enforcement Act” (H.B. 497), passed by the state legislature in March of this year. The DOJ lawsuit makes Utah the fourth state to be … Continue reading

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Illegal Immigrants Cost the United States?

A report by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) from 2009 cited several interesting statistics based on census data. Some of these facts may be familiar to long-time readers… but I wanted each of you to know the enormous costs … Continue reading

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Border Patrol Ordered to Stop Routine Transportation Checks

Border Patrol Ordered to Stop Routine Transportation Checks November 1, 2011 By FAIR Gov’t Relations Team According to reports from the Associated Press and the National Border Patrol Council (a national union representing border patrol officers), the Department of Homeland … Continue reading

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