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Thu Jan 5, 2012, 04:54 PM

"SB 590: Your papers, please"

http://blog.showmeprogress.com/diary/6771/sb-590-your-papers-please

"SB 590 - All public elementary and secondary schools shall determine whether enrolling students are born outside of the United States or are children of an unlawfully present alien at the time of enrollment by checking students' original birth certificates or certified copies thereof. If it is determined that a student was born outside of the United States or is the child of an unlawfully present alien, the parent or guardian shall notify the school of the actual citizenship or immigration status of the child with accompanying documentation."

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proud2BlibKansan Jan 2012 #1
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Thu Jan 5, 2012, 05:28 PM

1. Can't help but note they aren't refusing to educate them

just doing the 'Papers Please' step.


And it's Kraus. No surprise there.

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Response to proud2BlibKansan (Reply #1)

Thu Jan 5, 2012, 05:50 PM

2. What does worry me is that this is the first step

to refusal. We both know what they'll do is blow the numbers out of proportion, rile up the rednecks, and then go for the refusal of all services.

And of course it's Kraus. If it were Cunningham she'd just want to pass a law stating that the legal children of illegal immigrants should have no rights by way of child labor. She'd demand that they work for their education, free of charge.

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