States Rebel Over Deportations

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    Lawmakers and law-enforcement officials in several states are turning against a mandatory federal program that is a cornerstone of the Obama administration's immigration policy.

    The Secure Communities initiative is designed to spot and deport illegal immigrants who have been convicted of crimes. Under the program, fingerprints of people booked into a jail are transmitted to a database reviewed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. If found to be in the U.S. illegally, they can face deportation.

    Recently, such states as Massachusetts, New York, Illinois and California have raised objections to the program's real-world effects: Although designed to remove criminals from the country, it has led to the deportation of thousands of people without criminal records.

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    [​IMG]David McNew for The Wall Street Journal Isaura Garcia has faced deportation since reporting a crime in February. Federal authorities said Thursday they would seek to end the proceedings.
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    States Rebel Against Some Deportations - WSJ.com

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    Cry baby Latinos, who can't run their own countries, give us advice about immigration.

    Will the stench of Latin America's corruption completely engulf the United States? Have American politicians lost their minds? Are they being threatened by these foreign invaders?
     
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    What is so difficult to understand about this topic. If these people are here illegally they are criminals according to Federal law and should be deported. It is not up to the United State to rectify the ills of their home nation.
     
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    But LA RAZA claims THIS is THEIR home nation.
     
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    And the 'gringo' buys into it. So who are the dummies?
     

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