CommentsI heart Alabama!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Chris Walters on 10/03 at 01:56 PM | #
Schools have been in the policing business for a long time. All Teachers and Staff are Mandated Reporters, and subject to jail time if they fail to report suspected child abuse and illegal activity around children. Reports are to be made to Child Protective Services or other police authorities.
Being an illegal alien is an "Illegal Activity and Illegal Status Around Children."
All schools should have been reporting this illegal activity around children for the last 30 years and should have been reporting them for Federal deportation..
Posted by BIKER on 10/03 at 12:56 PM | #
Not So Sweet Home Alabama
Posted by Neil Braithwaite on Oct 3, 2011 at 09:32 AM
Alabama's new immigration law
Last week, after a judge’s ruling upheld the majority of Alabama’s new immigration law, it was reported that hundreds of school children were withdrawing from or just not returning to school. Why? Because Alabama’s new immigration law requires schools to document and verify each student’s immigration status. In this case, the law effectively establishes a community policing program focused on immigration, similar to other community policing programs already employed in schools and hospitals across the country to identify possible child abuse.More...
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