Monday, April 09, 2012

OUR VIEW: Revisions to immigration law on the way

Some changes are being made to Alabama's law, but it still won't be fair, maybe they will be forced to make more changes.    - - Donna Poisl

Editorial, Gadsen Times

As promised by Gov. Robert Bentley and legislative leaders, modifications to Alabama’s controversial immigration law are on the way.

Rep. Mickey Hammon, R-Decatur, author of HB 56, the original legislation, on Thursday introduced a bill intended to ease the law’s impact on Alabamians who just want to conduct everyday business without hassles, and satisfy federal courts which have tossed parts of the law out.

Civil rights groups say it’s a lame attempt to dress up the indefensible and continue to call for the law’s repeal.
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