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Immigrations debate in legislative session continues

Posted on February 17th, 2011 No Comments

The proposal of an Arizona-style immigration bill has once again caused a debate in the Texas legislative session.

The bill, House Bill 311, will require law enforcement officials to look at the immigration status of  person if they are arrested, no matter what the offense.

Gov.Rick Perry has said that he is not in favor of any law that would require police officer to demand a person’s immigration status upon request, but he has said that he wants to get rid of “sanctuary cities.”

Many legislators in border towns, such as El Paso, want the bills to focus on reducing crime. Officials have said that they will be considering the bill in this current session.

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