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    Three NJ State legislators propose laws on hiring illegals.


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    ‘Sheriff hopefuls differ over immigration program’ here is our Sheriff Candidate Kim Guadagno’s immigration plan…

    Sheriff Candidate Announces Plan for 287g Program in Monmouth County Jail
    Increases Safety and Security Along with Taxpayer Savings



    Freehold, NJ – Today, Monmouth County Sheriff Candidate Kim Guadagno called for implementing a tough policy that would ensure safer communities by checking the immigration status of anyone already incarcerated in the Monmouth County Jail before the inmate is released.

    Guadagno, a former state and federal prosecutor announced that if elected she would require corrections officers to implement provisions of the federal program known as 287(g) of the “Immigration Reform Act of 1996.
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    New Jersey hasn't passed any immigration laws in 2007

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    What is the New Jersey Fair and Clean Elections Pilot Project?


    The 2007 New Jersey Fair and Clean Elections Pilot Project Act creates a pilot project for the public financing of candidates seeking election to the offices of Senate and General Assembly in Districts 14‚ 24 and 37 in the 2007 general election. This expanded legislation is the continuation of a pilot project that occurred in two legislative districts for General Assembly candidates in the 2005 general election. The pilot project’s goals are to improve the unfavorable opinion that many residents of this State have toward the political process‚ to strengthen the integrity of that process and to improve access to it by many individuals and groups who have traditionally not been part of it.



    The project is based on similar Clean Elections programs in Arizona and Maine and seeks to provide candidates who run for office with equal financial resources. This project is a milestone in the political history of this State and seeks to halt the erosion of public confidence in the political process by instituting a voluntary‚ publicly funded campaign finance system for legislative office and is designed to remove access to large contributions‚ which is a major impediment to a citizen’s influence within the political process.

    What It Means to be a Fair and Clean Candidate

    A Fair and Clean Candidate in the 2007 general election must raise between 400 and 800 contributions of $10 each from registered voters within the district. Any candidate who meets this requirement and who refuses to accept contributions from other sources is eligible to receive public financing under the Clean Elections Act. The candidate must declare himself or herself as a Clean Elections Candidate and collect contributions between April 23‚ 2007 and September 30‚ 2007. To start the campaign‚ a candidate may also accept a limited amount of seed money (contributions of $500 or less) from voters registered in New Jersey.

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    Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2008 8:13 pm Post subject: N.J.:

    Sweeney Wants Sanctions for Firms that Hire Illegals



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    NJ: Legislator proposes crackdown on illegal immigration
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    I sent an email to my state senator asking her to support Sen Sweeney's bill to crackdown on employers of illegal aliens. Her response today is that it is not yet posted online for her to review.

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    Council to offer support for proposed legislation
    April 9, 2008


    Bills in Trenton focus on hiring of illegals and residential overcrowding

    FREEHOLD - Members of the Borough Council were expected to approve a pair of resolutions on April 7 that support proposed state legislation which seeks to crack down on residential overcrowding and to ban the intentional hiring of illegal aliens by business operators.


    S-164,
    whose primary sponsor is Sen. Anthony Bucco (R-Morris County), "would allow municipalities to adopt ordinances authorizing the issuance of summonses upon certain landlords and tenants alleged to have violated occupancy requirements resulting in overcrowding.


    S-1312
    prohibits the employment of illegal aliens. According to the document, the bill will impose penalties on employers who knowingly or intentionally employ people who are not in the United States legally.

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    Morristown police may aid in arresting illegals
    Thursday, March 5, 2009
    Last updated: Thursday March 5, 2009, 7:26 AM
    BY ELIZABETH LLORENTE
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    The mayor of Morristown said Wednesday that he has signed an agreement with the Department of Homeland Security that would pave the way for deputizing the town’s police officers as immigration agents.

    But while the step is significant, Mayor Donald Cresitello added that it is not yet a done deal.

    Cresitello, whose proposal to implement the federal program, known as 287G, sparked protests by immigration advocacy groups from around the state two years ago, said Homeland Security plans to send him a modified agreement.

    The mayor also said he plans to present the final, amended agreement to the Town Council for its approval.

    “I don’t know what modifications they are making,
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