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    Good news! Apparently we're not totally out of control here protecting and rewarding illegals.
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    Deported by Secure Communities as of 8/22/2012

    As part of the Secure Communities strategy, ICE is leveraging a federal biometric information sharing capability to quickly and accurately identify aliens in law enforcement custody. Since this capability was first activated in Oct. 2008, biometric information sharing has helped ICE identify and remove more than 159,000 convicted criminal aliens from the United States.

    AL - 286
    AK - 0
    AZ - 16,920
    AR - 367
    CA - 59,535 *
    CO - 934
    CT - 186
    DE - 134
    DC - 2
    FL - 7,974
    GA - 4,913
    HI - 65
    ID - 488
    IL - 1,522
    IN - 518
    IA - 205
    KS - 443
    KY - 224
    LA - 610
    ME - 0
    MD - 480
    MA - 261
    MI - 819
    MN - 238
    MS - 279
    MO - 340
    MT - 6
    NE - 365
    NV - 1,253
    NH - 0
    NJ - 119
    NM - 716
    NY - 782
    NC - 4,085
    ND - 0
    OH - 859
    OK - 1,098
    OR - 1,211
    PA - 614
    RI - 67
    SC - 1,733
    SD - 66
    TN - 1,802
    TX - 40,393
    UT - 1,732
    VT - 0
    VA - 3,600
    WA - 631
    WV - 7
    WI - 418
    WY - 107

    P.R. - 2

    V.I. - 0

    TOTAL - 159,409

    8/22/2012

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    Wow!! This is terrific news! Thank you Governor Brown, Thank you ALIPAC, Thank you Californians!
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    Unfortunately there is bad news with the good. He is allowing the illegal alien dreamers to get a California driver's license.

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    Immigration-rights advocates criticize Gov. Brown's veto of Trust Act

    October 2, 2012 | 8:25am


    Immigration-rights advocates are criticizing Gov. Jerry Brown for signing what they called a hollow, symbolic bill while vetoing one of the most closely watched pieces of immigration legislation in the country.

    The bill that Brown signed, which lets some young immigrants have driver's licenses, allows nothing beyond what is permitted under a new federal program granting a two-year reprieve from deportation.

    But the bill that the governor vetoed -- the so-called Trust Act -- would have barred local law enforcement officials from cooperating with federal authorities in detaining suspected illegal immigrants, except in the cases of serious or violent crime.

    "Gov. Brown waited until the eleventh hour to veto the most ... impactful bill that would bring tremendous relief for the immigrant community," said Carlos Amador of Dream Team Los Angeles. "But he decided to sign a symbolic and hollow bill that doesn't bring anything more than what we already had ... to apply for a driver's license."
    Brown's actions amounted to a setback for illegal immigrants, said Yale law professor Michael Wishnie.

    "I'm signing this bill that's unnecessary ... and that somehow balances out" the Trust Act? "It doesn't add up," Wishnie said.

    Under the federal Secure Communities program, everyone arrested in California on criminal charges is evaluated for immigration status. At the request of federal authorities, sheriff's deputies can detain suspects for 48 hours before handing them over to federal custody.

    In his veto message, the governor said the Trust Act legislation was "fatally flawed" because some crimes, such as child abuse, drug trafficking and the selling of weapons, would not trigger the deportation process.

    "I believe it's unwise to interfere with a sheriff's discretion to comply with a detainer issued for people with these kinds of troubling criminal records," Brown wrote. "The significant flaws in this bill can be fixed, and I will work with the Legislature to see that the bill is corrected forthwith."

    Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca had vowed to defy the legislation if it was signed. But the California State Sheriffs' Assn. was open to discussing a modified version of the measure, said Marin County Sheriff Bob Doyle. Many sheriffs, including Baca, objected to the bill because they said it would have forced them to choose between state and federal law.

    "Our interests are always in public safety. I don't think states should be getting in the immigration business. I think that's the federal government's responsibility," Doyle said. "I personally believe that if someone's here illegally, they should be returned to their country of origin."

    Despite Brown's veto, California remains one of the nation's most immigrant-friendly states, allowing undocumented college students to pay in-state tuition and, soon, to receive state financial aid.

    "It's arguably the most welcoming environment for illegal immigrants," said Bob Dane, a spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, an anti-illegal-immigration group. "It's hard to imagine any rational reason for expanding the welcome wagon. Once again, illegal aliens are in the driver's seat in California."

    Immigration-rights advocates criticize Gov. Brown's veto of Trust Act - latimes.com
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    The driver license issue has been settled in some states, Texas, Virginia and Oregon among them, that have said they will allow driver's licenses for immigrants obtaining what the Obama administration calls "deferred action for childhood arrivals."
    Arizona and Nebraska have pledged to deny driver's licenses to anyone who benefits from the federal relief.
    http://www.alipac.us/f12/california-...n-wire-264611/

    Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington do not require drivers to provide citizenship or legal documentation to obtain a drivers license.
    http://www.alipac.us/f12/ca-rep-hunt...aliens-263551/

    Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio are planning to provide driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants who get work papers under a new federal policy.
    http://www.alipac.us/f12/driver-lice...youths-263209/

    Even in some states that have passed strong anti-illegal immigration laws, such as Georgia, driver's licenses may be available to undocumented immigrants who qualify under the new policy.
    Under current Georgia law, people with deferred status can get a license, and that's what the state will do unless it gets different orders, said Susan Sports, spokeswoman for the state's Department of Driver Services.
    http://www.alipac.us/f12/drivers-lic...debate-262893/
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    Hats off to the California Sheriff's Association! They fought hard to keep this Bill from passing. I am beginning to believe they are the only thing here in California keeping us from complete lawlessness. Even with cutbacks they are having to pick up the slack from cities going bankrupt. They are stepping in to help small towns that no longer can afford their own police. In rural areas they are encouraging residents to go through legal channels and classes to protect themselves.

    Immigration Activist can worry all they want about immigrants feeling safe, but what about legal American citizens. All one has to do is walk through the hunting section of Bass Pro. I did two weeks ago and was shocked at the non-English speaking Hispanics looking at guns, knives and bullets. Believe me it did not make me feel safe.

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    California legislator will review ‘’anti-Arizona’’ law after veto by Brown

    California legislator will review ‘’anti-Arizona’’ law after veto by Brown

    Considers that Brown has failed California’s immigrant communities

    by EFE Agency
    October 2 2012

    WASHINGTON.- One day after California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the ‘’anti-Arizona’’ bill, the California legislator Tom Ammiano offered to review the bill that would protect illegal immigrants from being subjected to federal status checks.

    The bill known as the ‘’anti-Arizona’’ would of prohibited law enforcement from verifying an individual’s immigration status that could possibly lead to their deportation.

    Brown explained that although he supports a comprehensive immigration reform, the bill was ‘’fatally flawed’’ because it would exempt individuals who had committed crimes such as child abuse, drug trafficking and the illegal sale of firearms.

    ‘’This is more than just about the governor, this is a movement and we will accomplish it’’, stated Ammiano.

    The legislator said he is willing to review the bill, and see what crimes will exempt some illegal immigrants from being subjected to an immigration status check, and plans to introduce a similar bill in January.

    ‘’Obviously it is within our hands to fix it’’ he stated.

    ‘’Brown has failed California’s immigrant communities, imperiling civil rights and leaving us all less safe’’ Pablo Alvarado, executive director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, said in a statement.

    On their part the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) made an announcement to Efe today, that they will make a complaint to the Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca ‘’to change his position on this topic, because he is the main reason for the governor’s decision on the veto’’.

    Brown recognizes the important role that illegal immigrants have in the California economy, and reassured that the ‘’significant differences’’ the bill has can be fixed and will lead to a new legislation in his hands soon.

    Editorial@SanDiegoRed.com

    California legislator will review ‘’anti-Arizona’’ law after veto by Brown - Noticias - SanDiegoRed
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    Immigration in California and the U.S.: Two steps forward and three steps back
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    AB1081 The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Secure Communities program shifts the burden of federal civil immigration enforcement onto local law enforcement. To operate the Secure Communities program, ICE relies on ...
    California Governor Vetoes “Anti-Arizona” Law
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    This legislation limits local law enforcement implementation of the Secure Communities program by setting clear standards for local governments to comply with requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to detain people for deportation.
    Latino Community Protests Governor Brown's Vetoes
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    Because of the veto, the "Secure Communities" program will continue to be implemented. The program resulted in law enforcement deporting more than 80,000 immigrants for minor and non-violent offenses. "In schools, children were sexually abused by ...
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