... link to that same government),
* National Immigration Law Center,
* Service Employees International Union (as a plaintiff),
* Southern Regional Joint Board of Workers United (as a plaintiff),
* and smaller local groups.
1. A list of the people involved is at . The complaint is at aclu.org/files/assets/complaint_final.pdf
2. See Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Utah...
... American Citizens: Brent Wilkes
* National Immigration Law Center: Marielena Hincapie, Addey Fisshea, Don Lyster, Tyler Moran
* National Immigration Forum: Ali Noorani
* Center for Community Change: Gabe Gonzalez, Kate Kahan
* Migration Policy Institute: Doris Meissner
* Vestar Capital Partners: Federico Pena
* Raben Group: Jeanne Butterfield
* New Democratic Network: Simon Rosenberg, Kristian...
... to that same government), the National Immigration Law Center, the Asian Law Caucus, and the Asian American Justice Center.
1. Excerpts from the press release are at , and a list of the attorneys involved is at .
2. See Georgia, Indiana, Utah, and Arizona for information on other suits by the same groups together with others.
3. As always, the best way to prevent suits like this is to use...
... American Civil Liberties Union, the National Immigration Law Center, and the Southern Poverty Law Center. The first two have recently also sued Indiana and Utah. The Service Employees International Union is one of the many plaintiffs in the Georgia suit; they're also involved in the Utah suit. The ACLU's press release is at .
The ACLU is one of the groups that's directly linked to the Mexican...
... American Civil Liberties Union and National Immigration Law Center are suing Indiana over that state's Arizona-style immigration law; press release at .
1. The Indiana law apparently seeks to criminalize cards similar to the Matricula Consular card. I haven't read Indiana's law, but if what the ACLU implies is correct, then Indiana made a mistake. Instead of criminalizing in one way or...
... Civil Liberties Union and the National Immigration Law Center about their suit against Utah.
Click here for what you can do about the ACLU suing Utah.
ACLU And NILC File Lawsuit Challenging Utah “Show Me Your Papers” Law
Law Would Turn Utah Into Police State And Invite Racial Profiling, Groups Say
SALT LAKE CITY - May 3 - The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of...
... Civil Liberties Union and the National Immigration Law Center today filed a suit against Utah over that state's new Arizona-style immigration law House Bill 497. Utah governor Gary Herbert signed that bill at the same time as he signed their guest workers bill.
Excerpts from an April 21 article in which ACLU attorney Cecillia Wang telegraphed the suit are at .
As for what you can do about...
... Jonathan Blazer, an attorney at the National Immigration Law Center an immigrant-advocacy group in Washington, D.C.
Since that appears to be the best argument that opponents can offer, CIS's report must be solid. Why are we allowing millions of poor people to immigrate here when we already have more poor Americans than our social welfare programs can apparently handle? Especially since the...
A group of far-left illegal immigration supporters - including the American Civil Liberties Union, a group that's directly collaborating with the Mexican government - filed a suit today to block the Arizona immigration law from going into effect. The major plaintiffs are listed at  and include at list one other group that is or was collaborating with that government. The PDF with the suit is...
... Arizona branch), MALDEF, the National Immigration Law Center, Dolores Huerta, Richard Chavez (brother of Cesar Chavez), and Linda Ronstadt (?) held a news conference in Phoenix to protest the new Arizona immigration law and to announce that they'll be mounting a legal challenge (full press release here).
At the event, Alessandra Soler Meetze, Executive Director of the ACLU of Arizona lied about...
... Immigration Policy Center, and the National Immigration Law Center - at blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind/2010/04/dhs-report-slams-287g-program.html
Per Dan Stein of FAIR (link):
Since taking office, the Obama administration has consistently undermined immigration enforcement. An DHS inspector general report focused on 287(g) is the latest attempt to provide critics of 287(g) with ammunition to halt or...
... make up the CIPC are CHIRLA, the National Immigration Law Center, the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, and the Services Immigrant Rights Education Network.
The first has allegedly collaborated with the Mexican government, and the second is affiliated with the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Earlier today, Janet Napolitano of the Department of Homeland Security held a closed-door meeting with a group of what she calls "stakeholders" (dhs.gov/ynews/releases/pr_1250792978709.shtm) but was actually a vast pantheon (see below) of far-left, racial power, corrupt business, and in general loose borders groups all of which want some form of comprehensive immigration reform, aka amnesty....
Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press offers "Budget crunch cuts illegal immigrants' health care" (link), a discussion of localities reducing or eliminating non-emergency healthcare to illegal aliens. On the one hand, supporters of illegal immigration are quick to tell us that illegal aliens don't get welfare benefits; on the other hand, when those benefits (broadly construed) are cut, they...
The Asian American Justice Center runs the Rights Working Group, a coalition of over 250 leftwing groups, and they have a petition calling on Barack Obama to in effect not do immigration enforcement. They want a "moratorium" while the subject of raids and the like is "studied", but everyone knows what that means. Since there are so many groups, the full roster is here. The main groups are listed...
... Rights and Constitutional Law, the National Immigration Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the California Rural Legal Assistance program in May.
But, in 1995 he went even further. In response to a possible presidential run by California governor Pete Wilson, he said:
I'm proposing to introduce an initiative that will facilitate permanent Mexican residents in the United...
...a lawsuit filed against the Department of Homeland Security this week contends that the new rules are discriminatory and will lead to mass firings of legal workers. Even United States citizens will face discrimination if they look or sound foreign, according to the suit.
Filed in a San Francisco federal court this week, the 17-page complaint [link] also names the Social Security...
... attorney Monica Guizar from the National Immigration Law Center, they're trying a new tack:
Among the ideas under consideration are seeking approval of a resolution under the Congressional Review Act, a rarely used tool that allows Congress to review and overrule regulations, or raising the question of whether the rules violate the Regulatory Flexibility Act, which require agencies to consider...
Bustamante also met with the National Immigration Law Center and the American Civil Liberties Union, who took the U.S. to task for detention centers. He also met with Jeffrey Ponting, "an attorney with the California Rural Legal Assistance program", as well as histrionic community activists.
... American Civil Liberties Union, the National Immigration Law Center, the National Council of La Raza and the Service Employees International Union.
The ACLU is indirectly linked to the Mexican government. The NCLR funded one or more MEChA chapters (link,link) and funds a racial separatist charter school in Los Angeles. The SEIU paid one Artemio Arreola to organize immigration marches, and he...