Thursday, June 29, 2006

CAII Round Up

From Morning Coffee,
Did the Senate Just Blink?

In the ongoing debate over which version of Immigration reform congress will pass this year (if any) the Senate may have just blinked.
From the Washington Times:

The security of the border should
be the No. 1 priority for an immigration bill, Sen. Arlen Specter said
yesterday, and he's open to a compromise that sets goals for border
and interior enforcement ahead of a guest-worker program and path to
citizenship for illegal aliens.
Gov to call special legislative session on immigration

This is a followup on Two previous CAII posts Colorado
Supreme Court Won't Allow Illegal Immigrant Measure on Ballot, and
Hart joins Peña in battle (supporting persons residing unlawfully).

From The Colorado Springs Gazette:

DENVER - Gov. Bill Owens will call a
special session of the Legislature to deal with illegal immigration,
including a proposal by ballot initiative proponents for a compromise
based on a law passed by the Georgia Legislature, Owens' spokesman Dan
Hopkins said Tuesday.
From Free Constitution, Enforcing the Border:
While we wait, and wait for our representatives to take on
an urgent issue, illegals of all nationalities pour in.

From the AP:

Two New York men have been charged
with smuggling 21 illegal aliens into Vermont from Canada.
From CommonSenseAmerica, New Yorkers To Rally Against Illegal Immigration:
June 30th, 2006 at 6pm

New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement (NY I.C.E.)
will rally in front of Senator Hillary Clinton's Office at 780 Third
Avenue in Manhattan (cross street is 49th Street) to protest the
Senator's support of illegal aliens

After rallying in front of Senator Clinton's Office, NY I.C.E.
plans to walk two blocks to Senator Schumer's Office at 757 Third Ave.
and rally there, since he, likewise, has supported illegal

**This was a production of The
Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII). If you would like to
participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let
me know at what level you would like to participate.


Blogger Always On Watch said...

The voters' voices are being heard.

Nothing scares a politician into reality faster than the prospect of losing office.

June 29, 2006  

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