Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Attorney General Needs to "Reassess" Indiana Immigration Law

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says the Supreme Court ruling that overturned nearly all of the Arizona law will require a reconsideration of Indiana's own draconian laws passed in the extremist agenda of the the last legislative session. Among its Arizona-like features are, as reported by WLFI, "giving police the ability to detain illegal immigrants without a warrant and not allowing immigrants to use a foreign ID." Challenges to the Indiana law are likely to move forward now. Read more here and, for a more detailed examination, read the Star's story here.