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Supreme Court immigrant decision draws mixed reaction in L.A.

There are 22 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Jun 25, 2012, titled Supreme Court immigrant decision draws mixed reaction in L.A.. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

Immigration advocates and attorneys gave a mixed response Monday to the Supreme Court decision that struck down most of Arizona's law targeting illegal immigrants but upheld a clause that allowed police to stop, question and detain immigrants based on their legal status.

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opps I did it again

Mcallen, TX

#25 Jun 27, 2012
KCS wrote:
<quoted text>OOPS liberal doing research,
Political Matrix
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Republican operative convicted for voter fraud
on: December 06, 2011, 02:12:57 pm
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A Baltimore jury Tuesday found Paul Schurick, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s campaign manager, guilty of election fraud and related charges for his role in an Election Day 2010 robocall.
The jury found Schurick guilty on all four counts, including election fraud and failing to include an Ehrlich campaign authorization line on the calls. After the verdict was read, Schurick clutched his wife, who burst into tears.
Prosecutors said the call, which was made as Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley swept to a re-election victory, was designed to suppress black votes.
Schurick maintained a solemn face after the hearing, comforted distraught family members and friends and declined to comment on the verdict. His attorney, A. Dwight Pettit, called himself "disappointed" and vowed to appeal on First Amendment grounds that the call was protected, political speech.
"The attempt for the state to regulate political speech is unconstitutional," he said.
Forgot to add. Why don't you look up all the democrat fraud? That's quite popular, too. Like, the 4 democrats in 2008 for fraud in the Presidental race, senate race in Florida, Nov. 2011, etc. etc.
KCS

Burbank, CA

#26 Jun 27, 2012
opps I did it again wrote:
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Big deal. Wasn't like it was a national election.
Oh before it was do some research, Now it's big deal. i'll leave you with:

Schurick clutched his wife, who burst into tears.

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