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The lawsuits are already in the works. Every town, every state that rises up against immigration chaos and takes enforcement into its own hands must be punished, if the open-borders lobby and White House have their way.
Fremont, Nebraska, here they come:
This small Nebraska meatpacking town has joined Arizona at the center of a national debate about illegal immigration after voters approved a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants, but an expected court challenge could keep the measure from ever taking effect.
The American Civil Liberties Union already has promised to file a lawsuit to block enforcement of the proposal roughly 57 percent of Fremont voters supported Monday.
“In a community of 25,000, it’s going to be hard to take on the whole country, and it will be costly to do so,” said Fremont City Councilman Scott Getzschman, who opposed the measure but said city leaders would support the results.
Fremont’s vote is the latest chapter in the tumult over illegal immigration across the country, including a recently passed Arizona law that will require police investigating another incident or crime to ask people about their immigration status if there’s a “reasonable suspicion” they are in the country illegally.
The Fremont measure will require would-be renters to apply for a license from the city. Officials must refuse to issue a license to applicants found to be in the country illegally. The ordinance also requires businesses to use the federal E-Verify database to ensure employees are allowed to work.
Citizens in Washington state are collecting signatures to put E-Verify on the ballot there.
The revolt continues.
Update: ABC News reports that the long-telegraphed DOJ suit against Arizona will be filed next week.blog comments powered by Disqus
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