Honda worker to appear in Alabama court

Honda worker to appear in Alabama court

There are 5 comments on the Montgomery Advertiser story from Dec 1, 2011, titled Honda worker to appear in Alabama court. In it, Montgomery Advertiser reports that:

A Japanese man employed by Honda cited under Alabama's immigration law will have his case heard in Leeds municipal court.

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“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#1 Dec 2, 2011
Hahaha, the stinking state needs to have so much of it's court time and money spent chasing those auto plants out of the country, that they bankrupt the taxpayers before the ink dries on the first unemployment checks, LOL!
another

Toledo, OH

#2 Dec 2, 2011
Richard_ wrote:
Hahaha, the stinking state needs to have so much of it's court time and money spent chasing those auto plants out of the country, that they bankrupt the taxpayers before the ink dries on the first unemployment checks, LOL!
The Chinese company Golden Dragon Precise Copper Tube Group, meanwhile, is reportedly having second thoughts about locating in Thomasville because of Alabama’s new immigration law.

Fortunately, some leaders are starting to speak up. Retirement Systems of Alabama CEO David Bronner has publicly and loudly denounced the bill and the havoc it is wreaking; and a few legislators are suggesting that changes are needed.
another

Toledo, OH

#3 Dec 2, 2011
Richard_ wrote:
Hahaha, the stinking state needs to have so much of it's court time and money spent chasing those auto plants out of the country, that they bankrupt the taxpayers before the ink dries on the first unemployment checks, LOL!
Golden Dragon Precise Copper Tube Group, which announced earlier this year its plans to build a $100 million plant in Thomasville, "is having second thoughts" about Alabama in light of the controversial law, according to David Bronner, chairman and chief executive of the Retirement Systems of Alabama. 

"They’re not happy," said Bronner, citing conversations with Golden Dragon executives. "They have expressed their concerns to me on numerous occasions." 
another

Toledo, OH

#4 Dec 2, 2011
Richard_ wrote:
Hahaha, the stinking state needs to have so much of it's court time and money spent chasing those auto plants out of the country, that they bankrupt the taxpayers before the ink dries on the first unemployment checks, LOL!
Bronner, who oversees the state’s $29 billion public pension fund, first voiced his concerns about the immigration law in an interview with the Birmingham News, saying it had caused the Spanish owners of BBVA Compass to cancel plans for an $80 million bank tower in Birmingham.
Another

Toledo, OH

#5 Dec 2, 2011
Richard_ wrote:
Hahaha, the stinking state needs to have so much of it's court time and money spent chasing those auto plants out of the country, that they bankrupt the taxpayers before the ink dries on the first unemployment checks, LOL!
Alabama county files for largest municipal bankruptcy-Alabama's most populous county filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history Wednesday, years after being plunged more than $4 billion into debt

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