Alabama’s Immigration Law Jeopardizes School Kids

May 16, 2012

As reported on our Blog in February 2009 Alabama has ongoing problems with his immigration law (HB 56). In September of last year, the state started to enforce the toughest immigration law of the nation.  It caused several unwanted side effects. Among other things it requires schools to verify the citizenship of students and allows…

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Alabama’s Immigration Law – The “Law of Unintended Consequences”

February 9, 2012

Crops rotting in fields, long lines at courthouses to renew car tags, massive amounts of paperwork for companies doing business with the government, and the shrinking of GDP between $2.3 billion USD and $10.8 billion USD (1% to 6% of GDP, respectively). Alabama has a problem, and that problem is House Bill 56. State legislature…

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