Georgia

If your sword is too short, add to its length by taking one step forward... toward amnesty

Fernando Castillo-Solis, an illegal alien living in Georgia for more than ten years has a case before the Georgia Supreme Court that challenges a state law which requires driver's licenses. Castillo-Solis and his legal team contend that requiring driver's licenses discriminates against illegal aliens and encourages racial profiling.

Fundamentally unjust & economically short-sighted

The Judiciary Non-Civil Committee of Georgia's General Assembly heard SB458.  This bill seeks to make it illegal for illegal alien students to attend Georgia's public universities and technical schools.  The bill does not apply to private colleges.  During the committee hearing, there were representatives from both sides of the issue that spoke before the committee.

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