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If only Nebraska politicians had brains!

Posted by nebraskaobserver on July 9, 2008

If only Nebraska politicians were as smart as Missouri politicians!

July 09, 2008

Missouri Gov. Blunt Signs Immigration Reform Bill

“A two-year effort to curb illegal immigration in Missouri came to fruition Monday as Gov. Matt Blunt signed legislation designed to catch illegal workers and punish their employers. The bill contains a wide range of new requirements, including mandatory checks on the legal status of all public employees, welfare applicants and criminal suspects whenever they are jailed,” the Kansas City Star reports.

[FAIR’s legal affiliate IRLI, the Immigration Reform Law Institute as well as FAIR activists were involved in making sure that this measure was crafted as well as instrumental in keeping the pressure on to pass it. Kudos to FAIR activists in Missouri for this important victory!]

Read the full story

EDITOR’S NOTE: Just so all you news media types that keep stacking the deck daily for the “open-borders” enthusiast’s within the state, the Chamber of Commerces, liberal educators, so-call faith based organizations, sanctuary cities, unions, contractors and Nebraska meat packers (hope we haven’t left anyone out) think that the majority of the citizens are going to just sit back and let you run this state into the ground, you have another think coming! Similiar legislation will be passed in this state, so all you illegals aliens might just start packing!

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New Jersey: Landlord sued for renting to illegal aliens and discriminating against U.S. citizens!

Posted by nebraskaobserver on June 5, 2008

 PLAINFIELD, N.J., June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire

The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) has filed a RICO and Fair Housing discrimination lawsuit against Connolly Properties, Inc. and other defendants on behalf of a former employee and several tenants in the Federal District Court in New Jersey. The lawsuit asks the court to find the Defendants liable for unlawfully harboring illegal aliens, laundering the proceeds of illegl alien rental income, discriminating against U.S. citizen tenants, and mistreating U.S. citizen tenants and a former employee in the process.

Mistreatment of U.S. citizens is just another consequence Americans face daily when we tolerate the exploitation of illegal aliens for business gain,” said Mike Hethmon, General Counsel for IRLI.  The United States Department of Justice is currently prosecuting a criminal RICO case in a federal district court in Kentucky alleging many of the same issues.  See complete story 

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Farmers Branch, TX: Ruling Clears the Way for New City Ordinance making it difficult for illegal aliens to reside and work in the city

Posted by nebraskaobserver on May 31, 2008

(Washington DC) A pair of orders issued this week by U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay, have cleared the way for the city of Farmers Branch, Texas to implement a redrafted ordinance, says the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI). The new ordinance adopts key elements of model legislation drafted by IRLI.

The substitute, Ordinance 2952, was adopted by the Farmers Branch City Council last January. It provides a means to carry out the will of the voters who approved Ordinance 2903, while ensuring that the city does not infringe upon the federal government’s authority over immigration policy. IRLI is a recognized expert in drafting these sorts of local policies and has successfully worked with state and local governments to implement laws that allow them to become successful partners with the federal government in enforcement of immigration policies.

The objective of Farmers Branch is to institute policies that make it difficult for illegal aliens to reside and work in the city,” stated Michael Hethmon, general counsel for IRLI. “The citizens have repeatedly stated at the polls that they want effective local policies to deter illegal immigration. Farmers Branch should not have to shoulder this federal burden, but they have admirably done their civic duty. Cities across the nation can now benefit from the work reflected in the new ordinance.”….story

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