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Good News: Sen. Sessions still fighting for citizenship verification amendment

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By Michelle Malkin  •  February 9, 2009 01:54 PM

Just heard from Sen. Sessions’ office about the bipartisan amendment to ensure that stimulus fund recipients perform E-verify citizenship vetting before spending our tax dollars. Good news:

“…the E-Verify fight isn’t over. We just re-filed the amendment which is modified to fit the Collins/Nelson substitute. We can still object to a UC [unanimous consent] to accept the manager’s amendment unless we get a vote on E-Verify.”

I’ve uploaded the amendment text (pdf) here.

Call Reid, Baucus and Menendez.

202-224-3121.

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