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    Louisiana Focus Campaign 2008

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    HB26 GEYMANN SUBSTITUTE ADOPTED ON THE HOUSE FLOOR
    (BECAME HB135 CRIME:Creates the crime of unlawful transportation of an illegal alien (OR INCREASE GF EX See Note)

    http://www.legis.state.la.us/billdata/b ... &startno=1

    Text of HB1358:

    http://www.legis.state.la.us/billdata/s ... did=483940
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    Update: 5/15....HB1358

    Illegal immigrant bills OK'd by House
    Harbor, transport are the acts targeted
    Wednesday, May 14, 2008
    By Ed Anderson
    Capital bureau

    BATON ROUGE -- A three-bill package aimed at cracking down on illegal immigrants by making it a crime to shelter or transport them swept through the House on Tuesday with little opposition. It now heads to the Senate.


    In rapid-fire order, the House approved the bills by Rep. Brett Geymann, R-Lake Charles, all passing by at least a 53-vote margin.

    Geymann said the bills are needed to give state law enforcement "an extra tool to keep them (illegal immigrants) under control at the state level" when federal officials fail to enforce federal immigration laws.

    House debate centered on Geymann's House Bill 1358 to prohibit anyone from knowingly transporting an illegal immigrant. Nonprofit organizations, the immigrant's attorney or someone taking the person to court or to the doctor, could argue their humanitarian intentions as a defense at a trial.

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