Nebraska city to reconsider 2010 immigration law
In this Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 photo, a billboard urging voters to vote "Yes" stands in Fremont, Neb.
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#1 Feb 10, 2014
If the Feds would enforce immigration law, Nebraska wouldn't be paying court cost for freakin illegals pushing up against State laws to interlope into this Country. The Laraza crowd has taught ignorant 3rd world leech's how to force our hand and use tax payer dollars to force there aggressive agenda upon small communities and states, breaking there financial coffer's, just like they did in Calif. And Calif. is screwed, Just like all lawbreakers sneaking over, having Mexico send pamplet's with them teaching them how to screw this Country. It's looking like another American/ Mexican war if we can't get rid of this ignorant population. Law makers are starting to see the economical damage these low lifers are causing us. Disgusting mess.
#2 Feb 10, 2014
Problem is that by now and every day, so many have anchor babies that we are in truth losing this .
#3 Feb 11, 2014
They'll pass it again. It looks like big business cash found its way to some local politicians and influenced them to change their position. This illegal alien problem would go away completely if the bribery, er lobbying, would be stopped. I'm sure the people are still against it.
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