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    Missouri 2009

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    Up Date: 4/23/09

    Bill HB 390:
    The House voted 125-30 on Thursday to approve the bill that would bar illegal aliens from public colleges and send it to the Senate.


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    Contact the Senate and ask them to pass HB 390 that would bar illegal immigrants from attending Missouri public colleges.

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    State Website:
    http://www.state.mo.us/

    Governor - Jay Nixon
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    Contact Webmail Form: http://governor.mo.gov/contact/

    State Senate:
    http://www.senate.mo.gov/09info/senalpha.htm

    House of Representatives:
    http://www.house.mo.gov/member.aspx

    Legislation in Process:
    http://www.house.mo.gov/billcentral.aspx

    Session Informaiton
    Jan 9 - May 30, 2008


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    Missouri House bans illegal immigrants from college
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-153979.html


    Missouri House bans illegal immigrants from college
    April 23, 2009

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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Illegal immigrants would be barred from attending Missouri public colleges under a bill that has cleared the state House.

    Lawmakers have considered similar proposals for the past several years, but this year’s bill did not attract the same highly contentious debate that had marked previous discussions.

    The House voted 125-30 on Thursday to approve the bill and send it to the Senate.
    Supporters of the legislation argue that state resources shouldn’t be used to benefit illegal immigrants.

    This year’s bill also clarifies some of the elements in a broader anti-illegal immigration bill approved last year. That legislation restricted the public benefits illegal immigrants can receive and required all public employers to use a federal database to determine if their workers are allowed to work in the U.S.

    http://www.news-leader.com/article/2009 ... 007/NEWS01
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    The only thing I can find is a bill allowing instate tuition....will keep looking in the morning


    SB331 - Provides that certain aliens will receive in-state tuition at college and universities that meet certain requirements

    SB 331. Provides that certain aliens will receive in-state tuition at college and universities that meet certain requirementsSponsor:. Justus. LR Number:. 1758S.01I. Fiscal Note:. Committee:. Progress and Development. Last Action:. 2/11/2009 - Second Read and Referred S Progress and Development Committee. Journal Page:. S287. Title:. Calendar Position:. Effective Date:. July 1, 2009. Full Bill Text. All Actions. Available Summaries. Senate Home Page. List of 2009 Senate Bills.

    Last Modified: 4/24/2009 3:17:35
    http://www.house.mo.gov/billtracking/bi ... /sb331.htm -

    http://www.house.mo.gov/billcentral.asp ... ion=Search
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    OK found this!!

    HB 390 - Nolte - Prohibits the enrollment of unlawfully present aliens in public institutions of higher education

    4/23/2009 - S First Read--HCS for HB 390
    http://www.senate.mo.gov/09info/BTS_Web ... sionType=R

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    HB 390 Changes the laws regarding unauthorized aliens
    Sponsor: Nolte, Jerry (33) Proposed Effective Date: 08/28/2009
    CoSponsor: Dethrow, Mike (153) ..........etal. LR Number: 0766L.02P
    Last Action: 04/23/2009 - Reported to the Senate and First Read (S)
    HCS HB 390
    Next Hearing: Hearing not scheduled
    House Calendar HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING
    http://www.house.mo.gov/billtracking/bi ... /HB390.htm

    HB 390 Nolte, Jerry
    Prohibits the enrollment of unlawfully present aliens in public institutions of higher education (LR# 0766L.01I)

    http://www.house.mo.gov/content.aspx?in ... /HB390.htm
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    HB 390 Reads:

    Summary of the Perfected Version of the Bill

    HCS HB 390 -- UNAUTHORIZED ALIENS (Nolte)


    COMMITTEE OF ORIGIN: Committee on International Trade and
    Immigration

    This substitute changes the laws regarding unauthorized aliens.
    In its main provisions, the substitute:

    (1) Prohibits the enrollment of unlawfully present aliens in any
    public institution of higher education. The Department of Higher
    Education must annually certify to the appropriation committees
    of the General Assembly prior to the approval of any
    appropriations that each campus of an institution has not
    knowingly enrolled any illegal alien (Sections 172.360, 174.130,
    175.025, 178.635, 178.780, and 178.785, RSMo);

    (2) Prohibits college or university students who are unlawfully
    present in the United States from receiving certain types of
    financial aid, including institutional aid and state-administered
    postsecondary grants and scholarships. Documents which may be
    used to verify a student's lawful presence in the United States
    are specified, including the Free Application for Student Aid
    Institutional Student Information Record; a state-issued driver's
    license or nondriver's identification card; documentary evidence
    accepted by the Department of Revenue when processing an
    application for a driver's license or nondriver's identification
    card; a United States birth certificate; a United States military
    identification card; or any document issued by the federal
    government that confirms lawful presence. All postsecondary
    institutions of higher education must annually certify to the
    Department of Higher Education that they have not knowingly
    awarded financial aid to students who are unlawfully present in
    the United States (Section 173.1110);

    (3) Specifies that postsecondary education public benefits and
    contracts or agreements between public utility providers and
    their customers will not be considered public benefits in the
    provisions that prohibit aliens unlawfully present in the United
    States from receiving a state or local public benefit. No
    additional verification is required within the same agency once
    the lawful presence of an applicant for public benefits has been
    verified through the Systematic Alien Verification for
    Entitlements Program. The substitute clarifies that the
    provisions that prohibit aliens unlawfully present in the United
    States from receiving a state or local public benefit does not
    apply to nonprofit organizations duly registered with the
    Internal Revenue Service (Section 208.009);

    (4) Allows, during or immediately after a natural or manmade
    disaster, business entities 15 working days to enroll and
    participate in a federal work authorization program as a
    condition for the award of certain public contracts (Section
    285.530);

    (5) Specifies that the requirement that certain businesses must
    participate in a federal work authorization program will not
    apply if the federal government discontinues or fails to
    authorize or implement a program (Section 285.555); and

    (6) Clarifies that an employee on a public works project must
    complete only one 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health
    Administration (OSHA) construction safety program or similar
    program approved by the Department of Labor and Industrial
    Relations (Section 292.675).

    The substitute contains an emergency clause.

    FISCAL NOTE: No impact on state funds in FY 2010, FY 2011, and
    FY 2012.

    http://house.mo.gov/content.aspx?info=/ ... HB390P.htm
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    Missouri ... DONE...
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    Mines done also!!
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    UPDATE:
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    SENATOR SCOTT T. RUPPS ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION MEASURE SIGNED INTO LAW

    States News Service
    July 9, 2009 Thursday
    JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI

    The following information was released by the Missouri State Senate, Senator Scott T. Rupp (R):

    Building upon successful anti-illegal immigration legislation passed in the Missouri General Assembly last year, Sen. Scott T. Rupp (R-Wentzville) advanced a measure during the 2009 legislative session that will prohibit public colleges and universities from awarding college financial aid to students who are unlawfully present in the United States.

    The measure, incorporated into House Bill 390, was signed into law Tuesday and takes effect immediately. The bill also requires annual certification by junior colleges and universities that they have not enrolled illegal immigrants.

    Because college aid is a public benefit guaranteed for only legal residents of our state, it was important to make certain only those who legally qualify for financial assistance are able to receive it, Sen. Rupp said.

    In 2008, Sen. Rupps proposals to crack down on employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants, to bar illegal immigrants from obtaining drivers licenses and to prevent illegal residents from receiving state or local public benefits were passed in the General Assembly making Missouri one of the toughest states on illegal immigration.

    http://www6.lexisnexis.com/publisher/En ... 1&start=12

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-162781.html
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