Skip to comments.Court to rule later on Georgia, Alabama's anti-illegal immigration laws
Posted on 03/01/2012 2:10:37 PM PST by moonshinner_09
A federal appeals court in Atlanta announced Thursday that it would wait until after the U.S. Supreme Court rules on Arizonas anti-illegal immigration law before it acts on similar statutes in Georgia and Alabama, keeping parts of those measures on hold for months to come.Judge Charles Wilson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals made the announcement at the start of a three-hour-long hearing on parts of Georgia and Alabamas laws.
As dozens of people loudly protested against those laws outside the downtown courtroom, Wilson said his three-judge panel agreed to wait until the higher court rules because some of the issues are similar in their cases.
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Wish somebody in the U.S. would advise Mexico, their drug smugglers, drug mules, sex offenders, human smugglers, etc,etc are causing the U.S. major problems. That Mexico refuses to guard their side of the U.S./Mex border and thousands of illegals are coming here daily. Mexico does not want their people back, because it would mean, once millions return, mexico will be forced what to do with all their returned criminals.Seems they would rather we use our money to take care of their people and they be our problems and not theirs
Slim pickin's today...
His local amnesty borads would no doubt be staffed by folks with same mindset La Raza, has.
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