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Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Justice Department Warns Alabama Law Enforcers On Immigration

The Justice Department has sent a letter to dozens of local law enforcement agencies in Alabama that receive federal money, warning them that they risk losing that funding if they're not careful in how they enforce the state's tough new immigration law.

The Obama administration has already sued the state, claiming that the law is unconstitutional. Now it's keeping the pressure on by addressing how the law is carried out.



Anonymous said...

Mmmm , good ole obamie ,I guess people will be punished for enforcing the law.
Here we go , military rule next?
Go Alabama , lock em up and deort them.

Anonymous said...

Alabama, why not just have your citizens quit sending the feds any more money and use it to directly fund any projects the feds currently fund? You know, cut out the middleman. Secede! Maybe that will send the fed a message as to where their money comes from!