Alabama Business Leaders Say New Immigration Law is Bad for Business

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    Alabama Immigrant Law Irks Business - WSJ.com
     
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    Bullsh*t. Those people that hire illegal aliens DESERVE to fail. They are cutting corners, and they aren't helping Americans in their own community. The ones that hire illegals SHOULD crash & burn. Shame on you people for having the nerve of asking for any sympathy from Americans given the record number of unemployed Americans. I would just tell them: SHUT UP!
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - states got right to regulate immigration within state borders when federal law falls short, is non-existent or unenforced...
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    Judge lets key parts of Alabama immigration law stand
    28 Sept.`11 : – A federal judge refused Wednesday to block key parts of a closely watched Alabama law that is considered the strictest state effort to clamp down on illegal immigration, including a measure that requires immigration status checks of public school students.
     
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    Maybe the wages for such labor increase as to entice workers of the legal variety. That IS how this shit is supposed to work, right?
     
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    Amen.

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    A federal judge on Wednesday upheld most of the sections of Alabama’s far-reaching immigration law that had been challenged by the Obama administration, including portions that had been blocked in other states.


    The decision, by Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn of Federal District Court in Birmingham, makes it much more likely that the fate of the recent flurry of state laws against illegal immigration will eventually be decided by the Supreme Court.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/29/u...l=1&adxnnlx=1317275226-eoLEGbTdc3JPbeBJ7SwL2w
     

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