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Will Other States Pass Arizona Style Immigration Laws?

 Post by Randall Ryder Earlier this year, the state of Arizona passed a new immigration law that generated a tremendous amount of controversy. The Governor of Nebraska recently said he would strive to pass a similar law in his second term.…

Nebraska Governor Wants to Introduce Arizona-Style Immigration Law

As November elections grow closer, it is apparent that immigration reform is a hot topic, even in non-border states like Nebraska. Current Governor Dave Heineman is campaigning for a second term on the grounds that he wants to introduce an…

Is a Special Border Patrol Court System Violating Civil Rights?

Along the Mexican border, a special program called Operation Streamline deals with illegal aliens and immigrants and helps get them through the justice system quickly, but is it too fast? Under the system, individuals caught at the border are many…

Justice Department Preparing to Challenge Arizona Immigration Law

The Justice Department has contacted the state of Arizona’s attorney general, and aides to the governor, in an attempt to avoid a federal lawsuit over Arizona’s new immigration law. The Justice Department wanted to let the parties know they are…

Will Legislator’s Make it More Difficult to Become an American Citizen?

Post by Randall Ryder Legislators in both Congress and the states are considering passing laws that make it more difficult for individuals to become American citizens. The controversy centers around the Fourteenth Amendment, which currently gives citizenship status to anyone born…

Will Arizona Abandon the New Immigration Law?

Post by Randall Ryder Arizona’s recently passed immigration law has erupted into a national controversy. When the dust settles, will the state stand behind its new law? Under the new law, police are required to check the citizenship or residency status…