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    South Carolina ( 2010) NEW: AZ1070 Laws Wanted

    South Carolina (2010)
    118th Session, 2009-2010

    Bill: H 4919
    fashioned after AZ's bill 1070

    STATUS INFORMATION

    Sponsors:
    Reps. Bedingfield, D.C. Moss, Merrill, Norman, Stringer, Simrill, Millwood, G.R. Smith, Nanney, Haley, Bingham, Cooper, Duncan, Herbkersman, Littlejohn, M.A. Pitts, Scott, Toole, White, Willis and Viers
    Document Path: l:\council\bills\ms\7838ahb10.docx

    Introduced in the House on April 29, 2010
    Currently residing in the House Committee on Judiciary


    HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS


    Date Body Action Description with journal page numbe
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    4/29/2010 House Introduced and read first time HJ-14
    4/29/2010 House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-14
    4/29/2010 House Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Viers

    Mission: ( support)

    Task: Call, fax, e-mail South Carolina State Senators.

    Message Example (craft your own)

    Subject line:


    To the Honorable Representative___________:
    I'm writing / calling to ask Representative ____ to please support H 4919, it looks like South Carolina is on its own as proven recently by the federal governments non-response to the desperate outcry by of AZ., If we are to save our state and protect our citizens from the crime, the expense and ability to obtain work to support our families due to the illegal alien problem then so be it. it looks like our state Legislators are going to have to have the fortitude to act as a sovereign state, and protect it's legal residence by getting control of the illegal alien problem on our own......please support this bill and show you are representing your legal voting constituents.

    Respectfully,
    XXXXXXXXX

    Synopsis:
    A BILL
    TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING ARTICLE 15 TO CHAPTER 3, TITLE 23 SO AS TO ENTITLE THE ARTICLE "ILLEGAL ALIENS ENFORCEMENT", TO PROVIDE FOR PROCEDURES FOR VERIFICATION OF A PERSON'S IMMIGRATION STATUS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE WARRANTLESS ARREST OF PERSONS SUSPECTED OF BEING PRESENT IN THE UNITED STATES UNLAWFULLY; BY ADDING SECTION 16-9-470 SO AS TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF WILFUL FAILURE TO COMPLETE OR CARRY AN ALIEN REGISTRATION DOCUMENT UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR THE VARIOUS DEGREES OF THE OFFENSE; AND BY ADDING SECTION 16-9-480 SO AS TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF UNLAWFULLY HIRING AND PICKING UP WORKERS AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS WHILE IMPEDING TRAFFIC, TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF ENTERING MOTOR VEHICLES STOPPED IN RIGHTS-OF-WAY TO BE HIRED TO WORK AT A DIFFERENT LOCATION, AND TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS.

    Full context of bill:
    http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess118_200 ... s/4919.htm





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    Bill: H 4364 TO AMEND SECTION 56-5-1210, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976

    Mission: ( support)

    Task: Call, fax, e-mail South Carolina State Senators.

    Message Example
    (craft your own)

    Subject line:


    To the Honorable Representative___________:

    I'm writing / calling to ask Representative ____ to please support H 4364, it is important that when an illegal alien involved in an accident driving without a license be deported upon completion of his sentence, he/she must be released into the custody of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service." and not back into our communities to harm another American citizen.

    Respectfully,
    XXXXXXXX


    H. 4364 STATUS INFORMATION


    General Bill
    Sponsors: Reps. Wylie, Nanney, Barfield, Duncan, Owens, Rice, Stringer and Umphlett
    Document Path: l:\council\bills\swb\6001cm10.docx

    Introduced in the House on January 19, 2010
    Currently residing in the House Committee on Judiciary
    http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess118_200 ... s/4364.htm


    Synopsis:

    A BILL
    TO AMEND SECTION 56-5-1210, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE DUTIES OF A DRIVER WHO IS INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT, SO AS TO INCREASE THE EXISTING PENALTIES, TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR PERSONS WHO VIOLATE THIS SECTION WHILE DRIVING A VEHICLE WITHOUT A DRIVER'S LICENSE OR A SUSPENDED DRIVER'S LICENSE, AND TO PROVIDE THAT AN ILLEGAL ALIEN WHO VIOLATES THIS SECTION MUST BE RELEASED INTO THE CUSTODY OF THE UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE ONCE HE COMPLETES HIS SENTENCE.

    Read Entire bill:
    http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess118_200 ... s/4364.htm

    Contact Information:

    State Website
    http://www.scstatehouse.net/

    Governor Mark Sanford
    http://www.scgovernor.com/

    House of Representives
    http://www.scstatehouse.net/html-pages/ ... bersd.html
    e-mail list
    http://www.scstatehouse.net/html-pages/houseemail.html

    Senate
    http://www.scstatehouse.net/html-pages/ ... mbers.html
    e-mail list
    http://www.scstatehouse.net/html-pages/senateemail.html

    Bill Look-up
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    SC reps introduce illegal immigration bill similar to AZ's

    Posted: Apr 29, 2010 9:18 PM CDT
    Updated: Apr 29, 2010 10:04 PM CDT

    COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) — A handful of South Carolina legislators want an illegal immigration law as tough as Arizona's new rules.

    A group of House Republicans introduced a bill on Thursday requiring police to check immigration status of people they stop and have reasonable suspicion the person is in the country illegally.

    [Read the full text of the bill]
    http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess118_200 ... s/4919.htm

    It also allows arrests without warrants if the person commits an offense that makes them eligible to be removed from the country and requires a federal check on immigration status before someone can be released.

    People with valid driver's licenses or other government-issued ID cards would be presumed be in the U.S. legally.

    The bill also makes it illegal for illegal aliens to apply, ask for or perform work in the state.

    It's unlikely the bill will pass. It was introduced on the last day for bills to meet a procedural deadline.

    Anger mounted Thursday over the Arizona measure as a police officer sued to challenge it, governors in Texas and Colorado weighed in to oppose such a law in their own states, and activists in Chicago chanted for a boycott outside an Arizona Diamondbacks game.

    The lawsuit from 15-year Tucson police veteran Martin Escobar was one of two filed Thursday, less than a week after Republican Gov. Jan Brewer signed the bill that makes it a state crime to be in the United States illegally.

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has said the federal government may challenge the law, which requires local and state law enforcement to question people about their immigration status if there's reason to suspect they're in the country illegally.

    Critics claim the law is unconstitutional and fear it will lead to racial profiling, while Brewer and other backers say the state law is necessary amid the federal government's failure to secure the border.

    At the University of Arizona in Tucson, a campus-wide e-mail from school President Robert Shelton said families of several out-of-state honor students have notified the university that they will enroll their children elsewhere.

    South Carolina isn't the only state with attempts to copy Arizona's law. A group of conservative state lawmakers in Oklahoma said they also plan to introduce a bill similar to Arizona's. In Texas, Rep. Debbie Riddle, a Republican, said she will introduce a measure similar to the Arizona law in the January legislative session. And Republicans running for governor in Colorado and Minnesota expressed support for the crackdown.


    http://www.wistv.com/global/story.asp?s=12401983

    Taken from:
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopicp-1051383.html

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