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Is it true, that any immigration reform bill will have a provision making it illegal for states to enforce.?

Is it true, that any immigration reform bill will have a provision making it illegal for states to enforce.? Topic: Making a business proposal
July 17, 2019 / By Adela
Question: immigration laws? I have read two different reports on some of the proposed "provisions" that are ready if this actually becomes a bill this year... WHY would anyone add a provision like that to immigration reform? excerpt... That "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" bill Schumer and Obama are pushing is likely to contain a provision that would make it illegal for states to enforce Federal immigration law. That way, when the Feds refuse to enforce the law, there will be nothing the states can do about it. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/04/27/national/main6436027.shtml (there are also DEMOCRATIC sites that have put forward the idea that States have no right to enforce immigration laws...or SHOULD have no right to do so) Also, A prominent Senate Democrat asked Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to put off her state's controversial immigration law to give Congress a chance to act. Scant time passed before Brewer's answer came back: No. The request by Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York was a long shot for getting a stalled Senate immigration initiative moving again. Even the White House thinks the Senate proposal is nearly dead. "There's not enough support to move forward," White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Thursday. Still, among Democrats, there's plenty of support for trying — at least in public — to advance immigration reform during this year of midterm elections. The party's control of Congress depends in part on Hispanics, a key constituency, voting Democratic. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100507/ap_on_go_co/us_congress_immigration_11 Schumer is KIDDING RIGHT!! Time to act? THey've had YEARS!!! and done NOTHING! Now he want Arizona to give them MORE time to act? (yes liberals, this includes Bush too)
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Taskill Taskill | 7 days ago
If you think like the Federal Govt,and those currently in control of it,it makes sense.First of all because those controlling our Govt want the Feds to be the final word on everything,the days for any input from the States are over as far as they're concerned.Lincoln started the idea of an almighty Federal Govt,and 150 years later it is finally coming to fruition.The other reason is of course everyone in Govt wants the massive influx of Immigrants,legal or illegal.It drives down wages(Why wages have been stagnant for a decade),so the Big Business supporters love that.And the Hispanic Immigrants all come from countries where the govts are in total control,and will always support the govt "doing more" for the people(In other words giving Govt more power,the Dems LOVE that one) So basically,they don't want the States getting in the way of what is essentially nothing more than a huge power grab,using Immigrants as the tool to attain it.Because once the "legalize" all these Immigrants,you don't really think they're going to secure the border,do you? Of course not,they just want the cycle to repeat,then get to legalize 15 million more big govt minded voters again in 20 years or so. Can't let the silly States to get in the way,no matter how adversely it affects their populations. RWE
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Taskill Originally Answered: Will Dem's enforce new immigration bill?
why are you asking about the Dem's ? The ball is going to be in President bush's court ! with a 51% majority in the house the Dem's have little power.

Perry Perry
Article 4 section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.
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Lucky Lucky
all arizona would do it turn over criminals to the fed,what democrats are acting like is if a local sheriff stopped a kidnapper(kidnapping is a federal crime) he would have to let him go and couldn't even hold him until federal authorities arrived. democrats claim rights will be violated,there are steps that can be taken if rights are violated so that point is a non issue,or all laws would have to be banned because some police officer could violate someones rights
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Jedidiah Jedidiah
Schumer is an idiot. Police in all jurisdictions enforce Federal law all the time. They always have. The ironic thing is that the law Obama is now calling racist just says enforce the existing Federal law. How can it be racist?
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Gareth Gareth
Not one that people will let pass. Schumer is the worst, most corrupt, self-serving, egotistical, insensitive, creep in Congrees.& one of the most hidden. Unfortunately, he'll probbly be reelected.
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Derryl Derryl
The day the Federal Government tell U.S. states what to do is the day you see this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0ndsXVaP...
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Derryl Originally Answered: Obama has only been focusing on health care reform, the economy, but what about immigration reform?
Don't worry, Obama will not forget about immigration, illegals anyway, because he sees 20 million illegal aliens as 20 million unregistered Democrats, he also knows he does not have to cover illegal aliens in his health care bill, because once the health care bill is passed , then he can give amnesty to the 20 million illegals and problem solved, former illegals are now citizens, thus they are covered in the health care bill, he also knows that Hispanics outnumber the African Americans,in 1996 Hispanics were 9% of the population, in 2006 they were 14 .4% of the population, in comparison, African Americans were 12. 4 % of the population in 1996 and 12. 8% in 2006----- so he will pay more attention to their needs, than the needs of African Americans--sadly, politicians always look at the numbers, not the people**********************************...

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