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"California is undertaking a notable experiment," Pitney said. "We'll have to see how it works."

California won't turn arrested illegal immigrants over to feds

Reversing his position from a year ago, Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed a law that shields illegal immigrants arrested on suspicion of many crimes from being turned over to immigration authorities.
Coming on the heels of Brown signing a bill allowing illegal immigrants to obtain driver's licenses, Brown's signature on the so-called Trust Act signaled a personal turnaround. It also highlighted the dramatic shift in Californians' views toward illegal immigration since voters in 1994 overwhelming approved Proposition 187
History of Proposition 187Prop 187 was passed by the voters on Nov. 8, 1994 to deny public benefits to illegal aliens in California.'The next day several lawsuits were filed in California state court (Mexican-American Legal Defense/Education Fund (MALDEF), League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC), ACLU, and others.  which barred illegal immigrants from receiving public benefits but was ultimately overturned in court.
Brown said that AB4 by Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco, "protects public safety and yet also protects immigrants who are basically living upright lives and working hard for the people."
The bill prohibits placing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement holds on jail inmates who are otherwise eligible for release. Brown said he now felt comfortable signing the bill because the Legislature had added several provisions to the Trust Act since he vetoed it last year that will allow those charged or convicted with serious and violent felonies to be held for ICE agents. Crimes added to the list that expose immigrants to deportation include child abuse, gang-related crimes, drug trafficking, weapon sales, using children to sell drugs and aggravated federal felonies.

CRIME VICTIMS OF ILLEGAL ALIENSThere is an enormous number of Americans who have been harmed by the criminals who pass through the nation's open borders. For that reason, this section can only provide a symbolic tribute to the many unnamed victims who have been killed, raped, robbed, crippled and otherwise personally violated.  It is particularly shocking that even in post-911 America, the government still refuses to protect the people in the most basic ways from the world's terrorists and criminals who enter at will to do as they please. The borders remain a sieve while the human carnage from crime perpetrated from illegal aliens continues to mount. In another stunner of INS malfeasance, the agency often cannot even manage to deportdangerous criminal aliens when they reach the ends of their prison terms.



The bill extends statewide what Santa Clara County and some other jurisdictions around the country have already put into practice, sometimes raising controversy when immigrants who might have been deported are later arrested on suspicion of committing. . .

THINK ABOUT IT AMERICA THIS IS JUST ONE COUNTY IN THE UNITED STATES, IF WE STOPPED IT IN ALL COUNTIES ACROSS THE US WE WOULD BE THAT MUCH CLOSER TO BEING  OUT OF DEBT 


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LA County on Track to Spend $650 Million on Illegal Alien Benefits   and then some. . .

Tuesday, 17 Sep 2013 04:32 PM
By Andrea Billups

The economic impact of the nation's struggle to handle its growing illegal immigrant population was underscored in Los Angeles County this week as data shows the county on pace to hand out more than $650 million in welfare benefits to undocumented parents this year.

The county's latest and updated figures, documented by the Department of Public Social Services, were announced by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, L.A.'s cbsla.com reported.

“When you add the $550 million for public safety and nearly $500 million for healthcare, the total cost for illegal immigrants to county taxpayers exceeds $1.6 billion dollars a year,” said Antonovich in a statement. “These costs do not even include the hundreds of millions of dollars spent annually for education.”



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