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Old 02-12-2015, 08:26 AM
 
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Now, there is pushback, and not only in Colorado. In New Mexico, one of the first states to issue licenses to illegal immigrants, conservative lawmakers ó with the backing of Gov. Susana Martinez, a Republican and the first Latina to hold the post ó have tried repeatedly to repeal the law enacted in 2003. The latest repeal attempt could go to a floor vote this week in the House of Representatives, which is Republican-controlled for the first time in 60 years; however, the bill will face a fight in the stateís Democrat-controlled Senate. And here in Colorado, Democrats plan to fight to restore the funding that the Republicans have erased.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/12/us...ants.html?_r=0

People are getting pissed and, more and more of us Americans want illegal aliens OUT of the US.

IMHO: it's gonna be getting a whole lot WORSE for their kind real soon.
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Old 02-12-2015, 12:45 PM
 
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Now, there is pushback, and not only in Colorado. In New Mexico, one of the first states to issue licenses to illegal immigrants, conservative lawmakers ó with the backing of Gov. Susana Martinez, a Republican and the first Latina to hold the post ó have tried repeatedly to repeal the law enacted in 2003. The latest repeal attempt could go to a floor vote this week in the House of Representatives, which is Republican-controlled for the first time in 60 years; however, the bill will face a fight in the stateís Democrat-controlled Senate. And here in Colorado, Democrats plan to fight to restore the funding that the Republicans have erased.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/12/us...ants.html?_r=0

People are getting pissed and, more and more of us Americans want illegal aliens OUT of the US.

IMHO: it's gonna be getting a whole lot WORSE for their kind real soon.
Let's hope so. These people need to get out of the US; they have no right to be here.
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