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Obama's Broken 2008 Immigration Promises Create Dilemma For Democrats Published: May 14, 2012 "To many supporters of immigration reform, Obama has been a major disappointment. As a presidential candidate for his first term, Obama said he would enact immigration reform his first year in office and prevent parents from being separated from their children by deportation. Immigration reform hasn't happened. And deportation hasn't stopped. Obama is set
Some Alabama farmers cut back crops, citing crackdown on illegal immigration Published: May 14, 2012 "Some Alabama farmers say they are planting less produce rather than risk having tomatoes and other crops rot in the fields a second straight year because of labor shortages linked to the state's crackdown on illegal immigration. Keith Dickie said he and other growers in the heart of Alabama's tomato country didn't have any choice but to reduce acreage
Changes to Alabama's immigration law hit snag Published: May 11, 2012 "The Alabama Senate delayed consideration of changes to the stateís controversial immigration law on Thursday because the statuteís sponsors were divided over provisions dealing with business transactions. Derek Trotter, a spokesman for Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, said the Senate planned to bring up the proposed changes to the law,
US sues controversial Arizona sheriff for discrimination‎ Published: May 11, 2012 "The civil suit cited systematic profiling, sloppy and indifferent police work, and a disregard for minority rights by Arpaio, the Republican sheriff of Maricopa County, and county officials. The suit also said Arpaio's office routinely violates the First Amendment rights to free speech of political opponents by retaliating against them with
California immigration plan to legalize workers faces hurdles Published: May 11, 2012 "In the past two years, Arizona and five other red states made national waves and raised constitutional questions by passing laws designed to crack down on illegal immigration. Now, lawmakers in the biggest blue state are poised to focus the immigration spotlight in another direction. A bill quietly moving through California's Legislature would grant state
Immigrant Mothers Make Tearful Pleas To Stay In U.S. With Kids Published: May 10, 2012 "Immigration officials Wednesday granted an extension to one mother, but ordered another mother out of the county. A 14-year-old boy made a tearful plea to stop his motherís deportation, just a few days before Motherís Day. The mother of two, identified only as Carmen, had lived in the U.S. for 22 years." Click here for more of this US immigration news
Obama Tinkers with Racial Profiling Program Published: May 10, 2012 "The Obama administration announced last month plans to repair Secure Communities, the program that compels state and local police to join its wide and expanding hunt for illegal immigrants. From now on, when illegal immigrants are stopped for traffic violations by local police, Immigration and Customs Enforcement will consider detaining and deporting them
Alabama State Senate rejects immigration law repeal attempt Published: May 10, 2012 "The Alabama Senate began consideration of changes to the stateís immigration law Wednesday by turning back an attempt to repeal it and receiving a list of changes approved by one of the billís original sponsors. At press time late Wednesday night, no vote on those changes developed by Sen. Scott Beason, R-Gardendale, and Rep. Micky Hammon, R-Decatur, had