Hearings for Important Immigration Bills Coming Up

  1. New Mexico House Bill 116, a dangerous sanctuary bill, has a hearing scheduled for February 24 in the House Judiciary Committee.
  2. Nebraska LB 505, which requires refugee resettlement agencies to timely and adequately report information to the state regarding refugee resettlement program, has a hearing on March 2 in the Judiciary Committee.
  3. Maryland House Bill 1362, a dangerous sanctuary bill, has a hearing on February 28 in the House Judiciary Committee.
  4. Maryland House Bill 598, which prohibits sanctuary policies and require local governments to fully cooperate with federal immigration officials, has a hearing schedule in the House Judiciary Committee on March 7.
  5. Arkansas Senate Bill 14, which prohibits sanctuary policies that restrict communication or cooperation between local law enforcement with federal officials, has a hearing scheduled February 23 in the Senate City, County, and Local Affairs Committee.
  6. Arkansas House Bill 1042, which prohibits state-funded institutions of higher education from adopting sanctuary policies, has a hearing scheduled in the House Education Committee on February 23.

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  1. avatar

    I heard, that an illegal who appeals , being deported, there case can be resolved by an Immigration office. only unescorted children need a judge. Anybody at FAIR know if this is true?

    • avatar

      Deportation Just Requires Being in This Country Illegally

      Period. EVerify will really eliminate illegal immigration and identity fraud they routinely use….its a FELONY BTW.

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    Sanctuary Cities

    Equals “Rich Elite Income Tax Evasion” by replacing legal American workers with commercial pay [that actually pay income taxes] and “real” health benefits with HORRIFYING burger flipper pay and phony Obamacare Medicaid [covers almost nothing].

    That sums it up.

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    That sanctuary thing is working out so well for California. Talk about brain dead. The reason the Oroville dam almost collapsed is because maintenance had been put off for many years. Meanwhile they continue to pour good money after bad with their “high speed” train that will not be high speed, is already costing far more than originally planned, and is unlikely to attract many customers since it will still be far faster to fly from LA to San Francisco. But if you pointed out any of those things at the time, you got called a right winger. Go figure.