Push for more migrant laws dropped

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    Saying time has run out to put together a deal, the chief proponent of broad new laws aimed at illegal immigrants is giving up, at least for this year.

    Senate President Russell Pearce, R-Mesa, said Monday he promised colleagues not to push anti-immigrant measures until a budget was approved.

    But that did not happen until April 1. And Pearce said there is now a push to wrap up the session in the next two weeks with dozens of items still awaiting action.

    "I'm trying to exercise a little leadership in getting important bills out," he said. Pearce said trying to line up the votes, even for a stripped-down version of the package, would be too disruptive.

    He said the decision had nothing to do with Monday's ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that SB 1070, last year's comprehensive measure that he also crafted, is likely pre-empted by federal law.

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    Stored away for another day? No. Our politicians should "Attack" at every opportunity. Remove the stench of Latin America from the US.
     
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    Should community college be an exemption from deportation?...
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    Mexican student fighting deportation to stay: US senator
    Thu, Apr 28, 2011 - A Mexican college student who won allies in Connecticut’s governor and two US senators as he fought a deportation order will be allowed to stay in the US for now, Senator Richard Blumenthal said on Tuesday.
     
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    The pro-immigrant non for profit organizations that compete for funding with real American charities that help actual Americans of all races should be investigated as to their true purpose. 9 out of 10 help only Latinos and use a few people of other races to cover their tracks. They are frauduelent and should be shut down and forced to pay back the funding they stole.
     
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    We do not need more immigration laws, but just enforcing those we have. Enforcement. Enforcement alone would go along way in security the border and curb automatic birthright citzenship and illegal immigration.
     
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    Hispanics will stop coming to America, when America is just as shitty as Mexico
     
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    Won't it be nice to inhale that urine/feces smell that made Latin America famous!
     

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