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    ALIPAC: Opinions vary on 287 (g) changes

    Opinions vary on 287 (g) changes

    July 17, 2009 - 2:14 PM
    Robert Boyer / Burlington Times-News

    In essence, the new guidelines for the controversial local-federal illegal immigration enforcement partnership known as 287 (g) were created to clarify the purpose and intent of the program and provide a single standard for 287 (g) programs across the country, federal officials say.

    But since Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano unveiled the new guidelines on July 10, reactions on what they mean for the program at the Alamance County Sheriff’s Department and elsewhere have been anything but uniform.

    Some Republican congressmen and at least one leader of a national group that favors strong enforcement of immigration law say the new agreement is a serious blow to 287(g)’s effectiveness and immigration enforcement.

    The American Civil Liberties Union and the Alamance County Sheriff’s Department have conflicting views about whether 287 (g) is an appropriate way to enforce immigration laws, but officials from both say the new document offers no substantive changes to the program.

    Agencies with 287 (g) programs have 90 days to sign the new Memorandum of Agreement and must leave the program if they don’t.

    Among other things, the memorandum instructs 287 (g) agencies to focus first on “criminal aliens
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    ALIPAC: Opinions vary on 287 (g) changes

    Opinions vary on 287 (g) changes

    July 17, 2009 - 2:14 PM
    Robert Boyer / Burlington Times-News

    In essence, the new guidelines for the controversial local-federal illegal immigration enforcement partnership known as 287 (g) were created to clarify the purpose and intent of the program and provide a single standard for 287 (g) programs across the country, federal officials say.

    But since Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano unveiled the new guidelines on July 10, reactions on what they mean for the program at the Alamance County Sheriff’s Department and elsewhere have been anything but uniform.

    Some Republican congressmen and at least one leader of a national group that favors strong enforcement of immigration law say the new agreement is a serious blow to 287(g)’s effectiveness and immigration enforcement.

    The American Civil Liberties Union and the Alamance County Sheriff’s Department have conflicting views about whether 287 (g) is an appropriate way to enforce immigration laws, but officials from both say the new document offers no substantive changes to the program.

    Agencies with 287 (g) programs have 90 days to sign the new Memorandum of Agreement and must leave the program if they don’t.

    Among other things, the memorandum instructs 287 (g) agencies to focus first on “criminal aliens
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    [quote]“The purpose of this collaboration is to enhance the safety and security of communities by focusing resources and identifying and processing for removal criminal aliens who pose a threat to public safety to the community,
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    [quote]“The purpose of this collaboration is to enhance the safety and security of communities by focusing resources and identifying and processing for removal criminal aliens who pose a threat to public safety to the community,
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    More Double Talk.

    It seems Obama and Janet think that all the criminals are living in Mexico not here.
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    More Double Talk.

    It seems Obama and Janet think that all the criminals are living in Mexico not here.
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    Where is MADD? Is it fine to drive and drink, now? Only for illegal aliens
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    Where is MADD? Is it fine to drive and drink, now? Only for illegal aliens
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmonkey56
    Where is MADD? Is it fine to drive and drink, now? Only for illegal aliens
    MADD is now controlled by LULAC or La Raza. They have been infiltrated and are now a worthless orginization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmonkey56
    Where is MADD? Is it fine to drive and drink, now? Only for illegal aliens
    MADD is now controlled by LULAC or La Raza. They have been infiltrated and are now a worthless orginization.

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