Nebraska Town Passes Illegal Immigration Law
JULY 14, 2010
While the feds waste valuable taxpayer resources to fight
This week alone, in two vastly different parts of the country, citizens sent a message indicating that they’re fed up with the enormous toll that illegal immigration is taking on their communities. Nationwide, Americans annually spend billions of dollars to educate, incarcerate and medically treat illegal aliens as the government sits idly.
The federal inaction has motivated municipalities and private citizens across the country to take action, even if it leads to costly legal battles. In
Accompanied by a letter from “Concerned Citizens of the United States,” the detailed list includes the illegal aliens’ phone numbers, addresses and birth dates. The letter claims that the group “observes these individuals in our neighborhoods, driving on our streets, working in our stores, attending our schools and entering our public welfare buildings.”
Also this week, a small eastern
An increase in these sorts of local actions to curb illegal immigration is likely, considering that several national polls have revealed that most Americans support them. The surveys also show that an overwhelming majority of Americans oppose the federal government’s lawsuit against
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