Astonishing Immigration Victory In Montana!

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    "The November 6 election had some more under-reported good news for immigration patriots: Montana’s Legislative Referendum 121 [LR-121, pdf, see pp. 8-11], restricting illegal immigrant’s use of taxpayer-funded programs (think California’s Prop 187 or Arizona’s Prop. 200), passed overwhelmingly—with an astonishing 80 pecent of the vote."

    Astonishing Immigration Patriot Victory In Montana
     
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    Just wait...Holder will take aim at them sooner or later.
     
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    I like the idea, not sure how well it will work in practice though.
     
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    Amen!
     
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    Which programs are they talking about?
     
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    http://sos.mt.gov/Elections/2012/BallotIssues/LR-121.pdf

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    So an illegal alien is not entitled to "services for victims of crime".

    What a great country we are!

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    A big issue is going to be cost, they are using a pay per use system and it could be up to $2 per person per search, which is a massive expense on its own, not to mention extra training etc for employees.
     
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    "Services for victims of crime

    Under Montana law, there is a*Crime Victim Compensation fund to “help innocent crime victims with crime-related medical expenses.” This includes “lost wages and medical and funeral expenses incurred as the result of personal injury crimes. These crimes include homicide, rape, domestic violence, stalking, assault, child sexual and physical abuse, and drunk driving.” The referendum would prevent victims of crime who are undocumented immigrants from getting help."

    Crosspost: Vote No on LR 121- A Resource on on Montana&#8217;s 2012 Anti Immigrant Referendum

    That ones debatable
     
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    Illegals working for the state? How many would that be?
     

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