22 States Now Following Arizona’s Illegal Immigration Crackdown
America’s third largest national organization, focused on fighting against Amnesty and illegal immigration, is announcing that 22 states now have lawmakers pushing versions of Arizona’s illegal immigration crackdown bill SB 1070 following announcements by GOP lawmakers in Colorado and Alabama.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC’s activists supported the passage of the new Arizona law and have helped pass other immigration enforcement measures in many states.
Colorado and Alabama are moving forward despite setbacks to the law delivered by lone liberal judge Bolton who sided with illegal aliens and President Obama against the American public and the AZ Legislature.
ALIPAC’s strategy to help defend Arizona from intensive attacks from the nation of Mexico and the Obama administration has been to spread the law to other states to illustrate the popularity and wisdom of the legislation.
“Our ALIPAC activists have been working hard contacting state lawmakers in every state in America asking them to stand up with Arizona,” said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. “We are very pleased to announce that 22 states are now following Arizona’s lead to pass versions of a law that has the support of 60-81% percent of Americans according to the polls.”
ALIPAC has been tracking the spread of the new Arizona law in other states on the website at www.ALIPAC.uswhich is the largest archive of information about illegal immigration in existence.
Updated List of 22 States Considering SB 1070
ALIPAC has also launched a website at www.AgainstAmnesty.comwhere over 13,000 people have signed up to show their support for Arizona and SB 1070 so far!
ALIPAC’s list of states considering versions of SB 1070, based on news reports gathered by activists, have been recently turned into graphic maps used by the Washington Post and CBS Nightly News.
The list of states with lawmakers pursuing versions of SB 1070 include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Utah.
“State and Federal candidates are rushing to display their support for Arizona’s law and immigration enforcement,” said William Gheen. “We will not stop until all American states are protected from this invasion as mandated by the Constitution of the United States.”