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    Arizona (2009)

    Arizona
    S1175 - Prohibits state and local governments from enacting any law that limits the enforcement of federal immigration laws, and makes any illegal alien in Arizona guilty of trespassing; Update: Passed the Senate. Currently being considered by the House.

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    Send letters, faxes and e-mails to AZ House to request passage of S1175

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    State Website
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    Tucson Office
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    House Info Desk (520) 398-6000
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    Copyright 2009 Dolan Media Newswires

    Arizona Capitol Times

    February 13, 2009

    NEWS

    740 words


    Immigration-related bills introduced in the 2009 Arizona State Legislature

    Jim Small


    SENATE

    Chuck Gray: SCM1004 - Urges the U.S. Congress to enact legislation pledging resources to reimburse Arizona for costs incurred by failure of the federal government to control illegal immigration.

    Jack Harper: S1053 - A political candidate must show proof of citizenship when filing nomination papers.

    OPPOSE SB113 Pat Jones, D-Holladay - called for pushing the July 1 implementation date of SB81 to July 1, 2010. SB81 creates new requirements for businesses that contract with the state to screen employees for legal presence status and calls for an immigration enforcement role for state and local law enforcement agencies.
    Died in Committee

    Jonathan Paton: S1280 - Makes it a Class 5 Felony to knowingly harbor or conceal an illegal alien from detection;

    S1281 - Expands legal definition of human trafficking to include withholding, concealing or destroying a person's passport or immigration documents, or controlling a person's access to a controlled substance. Also expands legal definition of sex trafficking to include knowledge that a trafficked person will be forced or coerced into sexual acts;

    S1282 - Increases human smuggling from a class 4 to a class 3 felony if the offense includes the use or threat of deadly force.

    Russell Pearce: S1158 - Requires candidates for the presidential primary to prove they are natural-born U.S. citizens and not illegal aliens;

    S1159 - Would make any illegal alien in Arizona guilty of misdemeanor trespassing;

    S1160 - Requires people to prove their legal status in the U.S. when registering a vehicle title;

    S1166 - Prohibits state and local governments from accepting consular ID cards from foreign nations as valid identification;

    S1172 - Requires Arizona Department of Education to collect data on students who are aliens and cannot prove legal status in the U.S., and to document the taxpayer cost for educating illegal aliens;

    S1173 - Requires applicants for public housing to prove legal status in the U.S.;

    S1175 - Prohibits state and local governments from enacting any law that limits the enforcement of federal immigration laws, and makes any illegal alien in Arizona guilty of trespassing;

    S1177 - Makes it illegal for an illegal alien to apply for work, solicit work in public or perform work as an employee or independent contractor, and prohibits employers from hiring anyone who does not present at least one for of valid identification. Also authorizes police to impound any vehicle used to transport illegal aliens;

    S1334 - Makes illegal aliens ineligible for workers compensation benefits;

    S1335 - Authorizes state attorney general and county attorneys to take all legal steps to enforce prohibitions against hiring illegal aliens, including the issuance of subpoenas. Also requires employers to notify immigration officials of failed verification under E-Verify;

    S1339 - States that business expenses related to employees who are illegal aliens cannot be used as deductions under state income tax code;

    SCR1010 - Would place a referendum on the 2010 ballot to prohibit state and local governments from enacting laws that limit the ability to enforce federal immigration law, and makes any illegal alien in Arizona guilty of trespassing.

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    OPPOSE Ed Ableser: HCM2002 - Urges the U.S. Congress to pass the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM Act), which would allow illegal alien high school students who were brought into the country as minors and have been here for at least five years to apply for legal status.

    Tom Boone: H2331 - Prohibits municipalities and counties from enacting laws that limit the enforcement of federal immigration laws.

    Adam Driggs: H2569 - Increases human smuggling from a Class 3 to a Class 2 Felony if a deadly weapon is used in the offense.

    Carl Seel: H2496 - Authorizes state attorney general and county attorneys to take all legal steps to enforce prohibitions against hiring illegal aliens, including the issuance of subpoenas. Also requires employers to notify immigration officials of failed verification under E-Verify.

    Kyrsten Sinema: H2148 - Expands sex trafficking statutes to include situations where the trafficker intends to cause a person to engage in commercial sex acts, or has knowledge that a trafficked person will do so. Also, statutes on trafficking for forced labor to include situations where a trafficker withholds a passport or immigration documents, or controls a person's access to a controlled substance;

    H2149 - Human smuggling, and forgery when used to secure a drop house for human smuggling, is increased from a Class 4 to a Class 3 Felony;

    H2151 - Establishes a Human Trafficking Coordinating Council under the Governor's Office;

    H2152 - Would make people convicted of human trafficking offenses civilly liable to their victims for damages. (Our court resources will be burdened with these cases involving foreign nationals)

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    Victory!

    Delay on immigration law dies in committee

    A bill proposing a one-year delay in last year's controversial immigration reform legislation, SB81, failed to gain committee approval Monday in spite of supporting testimony from a wide-ranging group of community leaders.

    SB113, sponsored by Sen. Pat Jones, D-Holladay, called for pushing the July 1 implementation date of SB81 to July 1, 2010. SB81 creates new requirements for businesses that contract with the state to screen employees for legal presence status and calls for an immigration enforcement role for state and local law enforcement agencies.

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    Victory!

    Delay on immigration law dies in committee

    A bill proposing a one-year delay in last year's controversial immigration reform legislation, SB81, failed to gain committee approval Monday in spite of supporting testimony from a wide-ranging group of community leaders.

    SB113, sponsored by Sen. Pat Jones, D-Holladay, called for pushing the July 1 implementation date of SB81 to July 1, 2010. SB81 creates new requirements for businesses that contract with the state to screen employees for legal presence status and calls for an immigration enforcement role for state and local law enforcement agencies.

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopicp-859525.html#859525
    WONDERFUL!!!!!

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    This is great new!!!


    SENATE COMMITTEE PASSES ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION BILL THAT REQUIRES INTERAGENCY ENFORCEMENT, MAKES TRESPASSING BY ILLEGAL ALIENS A CRIME

    US State News
    June 11, 2009 Thursday 5:21 PM EST

    PHOENIX, June 10 -- Arizona State Senate Republican legislators issued the following news release:

    A bill that requires the enforcement of federal immigration laws and makes trespassing by illegal aliens a crime passed the Senate Public Safety and Human Services committee today.

    Sen. Russell Pearce, R-Mesa, is the sponsor of Senate Bill 1175 that further ensures the enforcement of existing federal immigration law, eliminates sanctuary policies, and allows police officers to inquire and verify the immigration status of an individual suspected of being an illegal alien.

    "I have always been an advocate of eliminating sanctuary policies," Pearce said. "The costs of these crimes are far more than financial to our citizens and this bill will help make Arizona a safer place."

    Once an officer has verified the unauthorized status of an individual, the bill requires the transfer of the illegal alien to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and permits the sharing of immigration status information between government agencies.

    All versions of the bill, amendments, and fact sheets can be found at this link; SB 1175.For more information please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar,

    Email:- htsyndication@hindustantimes.com

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    URGENT:Call Monday,6/15 9AM-11AM(SB-1069STOP Ethnic Studies)

    Subject: SB-1069 URGENT: Enough calls could accomplish something wonderful for Tucson & Arizona


    Many of the people in our movement are burned out or burned up, but we cannot make it easy for our assassins to do us in by simply complaining to each other and/or sending each other Emails every day.

    PLEASE READ THE SHORT, IMPORTANT ARTICLE BELOW and take the simple actions requested, which won't take over 5 minutes of your time.

    Our State School Superintendent, Tom Horne, is trying everything he can to force the Tucson Unified School District to stop its raza/ethnic studies classes, and Tucson State Senator Jonathan Paton has sponsored SB-1069 (as a strike-everything bill), which will make it very financially difficult for school districts to offer ethnic-based studies.

    The Tucson School District actually fired all its elementary school librarians rather than to discontinue this racist, hate-filled, subversive program (I was at a TUSD hearing regarding this subversion myself).

    A small group in Tucson, Arizonans Against Immigration Control, has been fighting the school board over these studies literally for years.

    We all need to get behind Tom Horne and this bill. What you can do:

    1. If you live in Tucson, call the bill's sole sponsor, Sen. Jonathan Paton (who incidentally sponsored the human smuggling bill under which Sheriff Arpaio and County Attorney Andrew Thomas have arrested and prosecuted thousands of illegals and coyotes) and (a) thank him for sponsoring this important bill, (B) ask him to please push it as hard as he can, and (c) ask his office what else you can do to get this bill passed. The really good news is that this bill has been assigned to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which Sen. Paton chairs. It looks like it has been scheduled for a hearing in that committee this coming Monday, June 15, at 1:30 (but you might want to double-check with Sen. Paton's office first).

    Sen. Jonathan Paton Phone 602-926-3235 Email: jpaton@azleg.gov.

    2. If you live in Arizona, also on this committee are the following, all of whose votes are critically needed to get this bill out of committee. Please call and ask for their support too, especially if you live in Chuck Gray's district in Mesa (he has let us down many times before) or John Huppenthal's district in Chandler/Ahwatukee (who has let us down before too), but both have often voted with us so please be firm but kind:
    Sen. Russell Pearce Phone 602-926-5760 Email: rpearce@azleg.gov.
    Sen. Chuck Gray Phone 602-926-5288 Email: cgray@azleg.gov
    Sen. John Huppenthal Phone 602-926-5261 Email: jhuppenthal@azleg.gov

    3. If you live in Arizona especially, but really anywhere:

    (a) Please call State School Superintendent, TOM HORNE, and thank him for his courage in tackling the entrenched pro-Aztlan/open-borders community in Tucson, his efforts to rid Arizona of this unbelievably racist, subversive program in Tucson, and for getting this bill introduced:



    State School Superintendent Tom Horne phone: 602-542-3813



    (B) If you have particular knowledge about this issue, please add your comment to the Comments section below this article in the link:

    Subject: Arizona schools superintendent pushes ban on ethnic studies
    Date: Friday, June 12, 2009, 7:17 PM






    Arizona schools superintendent pushes ban on ethnic studies

    http://www.azcentral.com/php-bin/clickt ... hp/8795349

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    SB1280 passes out of the Seante. Knowingly or recklessly concealing, harboring or shielding an illegal alien would be a class 5 felony.

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    URGENT ACTION ALERT: Legislative Alert!SB1175 Call to Action

    URGENT ACTION ALERT: Legislative Alert! SB1175 Call to Action

    FROM: p@
    Date: 6/16/2009 11:20:52 AM

    Subject: Legislative Alert! SB1175 Call to Action


    Sen. Pearce, author of the SB 1175 bill

    A bill approved Wednesday by a Senate committee (SB 1175) would allow any police officer to arrest an undocumented immigrant under charges of trespassing on state land. Those jailed would have to pay the cost of their own incarceration.


    “If this bill passes, it would be the first state in the nation making illegal presence a crime,â€

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    Senate passes S1175
    House COMMITTEES:
    ASSIGNED COMMITTEES ACTION
    06/16/09 JUD
    06/16/09 RULES

    http://www.azleg.gov/FormatDocument.asp ... b1175o.asp
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    Arizona Legislature Considers New Trespassing Laws Against Illegal Aliens
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-160602.html

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