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Alabama / Immigration Law #1008271

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 29, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Birmingham: Kerry Sanders) Alabama’s tough new immigration law examined; details given about what officials can do and about the concerns of farmers. [Alabama School Assn. Lance HYCHE†- opposes teachers acting as immigration officers.] [Governor Robert BENTLY†- says it would not have been necessary to address this problem if the federal government had done its job.] [Illegal immigrant “AMANDA” {thru translator} – worries.] [State senator Scott BEASON†- says it’s about trying to get the illegal workforce to move out.] [Mexican American Dulce RIVERA‡- says it’s hate.] [ACLU Howard SIMON†- says it’s exploiting the public’s fear.]

Williams, Brian;
Sanders, Kerry

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