Skip to comments.Justice Department Sets Up Hotline for Foes of Alabama’s Immigration Law
Posted on 10/14/2011 11:28:33 AM PDT by Altura Ct.
Opponents of Alabamas new immigration law can now call the Justice Department directly to make complaints about the states effort to crack down on illegal immigrants.
The Justice Department has set up a hotline and email for the public to report potential civil rights concerns related to the impact of Alabamas immigration law.
The Justice Department is seeking to block the enforcement of the law, which is widely considered the toughest in the nation. Justice officials filed a challenge to the law last week, claiming it is highly likely to expose persons lawfully in the United States, including school children, to new difficulties in routine dealings.
Alabama responded by defending its right to enforce the law and the Justice Department filed its latest salvo this week.
The Constitution does not vest Alabama with authority to deter illegal immigration except through means contemplated by Congress, the departments filing said. The statute marks a radical departure in the treatment of aliens in the United States, resulting in significant adverse implications for our foreign policy, hardships for aliens lawfully in the United States, and burdens on other States of the Union.
The overhaul allows authorities to question people suspected of being in the country illegally and hold them without bond. It also lets officials check the immigration status of students in public schools.
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Ok, I think I’m going to send few reports.
There is illegal immigrant from Kenya being questioned by hostile press. He has barracked himself at Pennsylvania Av, Wash DC.
Another report showing that racist people are intimidating americans and immigrants alike. They are operating from out of hate group in DC (building has signs DOJ, should be easy to find). They are sending thugs to AL.
Everybody can play this game!
Just dial Hol-der-6666.
Just dial Hol-der-6666.
is there a hot-line for supporters?
didn’t think so.
partisan politics at the justice department. who woulda thunk it
There is an English and a Spanish mailbox for after hours calls. Fill them both up.
At least is was during the Bush administration.
Many suggestions for appropriate calls. ;^)
I guess eric, my people, holder and his department have nothing better to do since they can no longer work with fast and furious.
Oh wait, he said he knew nothing about this mess. Well I guess that settles that.
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