Thursday, June 16

Georgia sued by Mexico for strict immigration law

You won't believe this, even after you read it.

Georgia recently passed a tough anti-illegal-immigration law. Predictably, the ACLU has sued, charging that the new law conflicts with federal immigration law, and that federal law overrides state law.

What's surprising is that Mexico and ten other Central- and South American countries have joined the ACLU in this lawsuit.

This is a huge deal because the joining nations have access to far more money than the ACLU alone. In fact they could give millions of dollars to support ACLU attorneys in pursuing the suit.

Oh, as an aside: All the countries that have joined have far stricter immigration laws than the U.S.


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