December 18, 2017

Effects of Alabama Immigration Law

Supporters of Alabama’s educational immigration law, which states that schools may check for birth certificates and other documents to see if students are in the U.S. illegally, say they have in part won the first part of the battle: to rid Alabama of illegal immigrants, as the state has seen a mass exodus of students whose parents fear deportation.  They say this is just the beginning of the larger battle to topple Section 28, a 29 year old Supreme Court ruling that states all children in the United States, regardless of their immigration status, are guaranteed a public education.  Read more 

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