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    Oklahoma (2009)

    Oklahoma (2009) Session

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    To the Honorable Senator ___________,

    I'm writing / calling to ask Senator __________ to please support HB2245, in essence the faster illegal aliens are moved to ICE and deported the less it costs the taxpayers. I am all for shifting the financial burden to the federal government for imprisoning criminals who are illegal immigrants.

    UPDATE 4/23/09

    House Bill 2245 passed with a vote of 43 to 0 in the Senate
    House Bill 2245 now goes back to the House for final consideration.


    Synopsis:
    House Bill 2245 would allow the state to send inmates who are in this country illegally to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. It would apply to criminals incarcerated for nonviolent crimes who have served at least half their sentence in state prison. this bill would shift the financial burden to the federal government for imprisoning criminals who are illegal immigrants.



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    Telephone: (405) 521-2342
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    A bill to move some illegal immigrants in state prisons into federal jurisdiction passed a House subcommittee Wednesday.



    HB 2245 won unanimous approval of the House appropriations and budget subcommittee on judiciary and public safety. It now goes to the House Appropriations and Budget Committee.
    http://newsok.com/illegal-immigrant-okl ... le/3346976
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    Will be working on this one!

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    Done!!! Will post replies when received.

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    No info here on how he stands on the issue.

    From: "Cory T. Williams" <Cory.Williams@okhouse.gov>
    To: "XXXXXXXXX
    Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 13:52:03 -0600
    Subject: RE: House Bill 2245

    Thank you for your contact.

    Cory Williams
    Rep. for District 34

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    Quote Originally Posted by April
    No info here on how he stands on the issue.

    From: "Cory T. Williams" <Cory.Williams@okhouse.gov>
    To: "XXXXXXXXX
    Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 13:52:03 -0600
    Subject: RE: House Bill 2245

    Thank you for your contact.

    Cory Williams
    Rep. for District 34
    Sheeez wouldn't want him to over work himself or furnish you with too much information
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    From: "John Auffet" <johnauffet@okhouse.gov>
    To: XXXXXXXXX
    Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 15:49:36 -0600
    Subject: RE: House Bill 2245
    I may not understand this bill, but it looks to like these prisoners are just going to be deported and turned loose. The only thing to keep them from coming back is their fear of serving the remainder of their sentence.

    John Auffet

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    At least I am getting responses from Oklahoma , CO. and Conn. have not responded at all yet.

    From: "Samson R. Buck" <Sam.Buck@okhouse.gov
    To: XXXXXXX
    Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 16:51:53 -0600
    Subject: RE: House Bill 2245


    Thank you for the e-mail. I’m in favor of the bill.


    Representative Sam Buck

    House District 49

    Serving the people of :

    Marshall, Love and Carter Counties

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    UPDATE:4/23/09

    Senate Backs Bill To Deport Illegal Immigrant Inmates

    Oklahoma City - A bill that could result in swift deportation of illegal aliens currently in state prisons has passed in the state Senate.

    House Bill 2245 passed with a vote of 43 to 0 in the Senate Thursday morning. The bill would create the "Oklahoma Criminal Illegal Alien Rapid Repatriation Act of 2009".

    The act would allow the Oklahoma Department of Corrections to immediately send inmates who are in the country illegally to Immigration and Customs Enforcement for deportation.

    The bill applies only to criminals who are in prison for non-violent crimes who have served at least half of their sentence.

    "The people of Oklahoma should not have to pay the tab for the federal government’s failures," said the bill's author, Randy Terrill after its unanimous passage in the House last month. "The Criminal Illegal Alien Rapid Repatriation Act will shift the financial burden of imprisoning these inmates to the federal government and save the state more than $3 million."

    Terrill says there are currently more than five hundred illegal immigrants in state prisons and that nearly 70-percent of them are eligible for the proposed deportation program.

    The state currently pays about 20-thousand dollars per year to house each inmate.

    House Bill 2245 now returns to the House for final consideration.

    http://www.ktul.com/news/stories/0409/616060.html

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-153965.html
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