US Chamber, Okla. AG resolve immigration dispute
A federal judge signed an agreement Wednesday that ends a four-year legal fight between the state and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over Oklahoma's tough anti-illegal immigrant law.
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#1 Dec 27, 2012
"But the court said the Chamber could challenge a provision in the law that bars businesses from discharging workers who are known U.S. citizens or permanent residents while retaining illegal immigrant workers."
Exqueeze me?!!! Isn't it unlawful to HIRE an illegal alien in the first place?!!!!
No wonder these people think they have "rights".
Since: Jul 12
#2 Jan 3, 2013
You do have a point.
Since: Aug 11
#3 Jan 3, 2013
The law was challenged in 2008 by the Chamber and other pro-business groups that argued the state was pushing immigration law enforcement onto employers. But the state said the law was needed because “illegal immigration is causing economic hardship and lawlessness in this state.”
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this says it all about every illegal aliens in the country.
we need real American citizens in these seats and behind the bench who sees all illegal aliens as a criminal.
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