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2013 MS Le proposte legislative comprendono Harsh E-Verify Bill, Tra gli Altri

22 Gennaio 2013 No Comment

E 'ancora presto per sapere quale normativa potrebbe essere introdotto quest'anno. I legislatori non hanno ancora diversi giorni per presentare le loro proposte di legge – il termine per il deposito è Lunedi, 21 gennaio. Facciamo sapere, tuttavia, che sono stati introdotti almeno tre disegni di legge in materia di immigrazione, e molti altri sono in fase di elaborazione.

 

Un disegno di legge anti-immigrazione che è stato introdotto e assegnato il suo numero è HB-67, un disegno di legge E-verificare punitiva. Clicca qui per vedere il testo completo del disegno di legge (http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/documents/2013/pdf/HB/0001-0099/HB0067IN.pdf). Questo pezzo, scritto da il sempre vigile legislatore anti-immigrati Becky Currie, expands on current E-verify law in harsh and punitive ways. The proposed changes to the existing law are the underlined text in the online PDF.

 

At last August’s public meeting on immigration, Rep Becky Currie complained loudly about the lack of E-verify enforcement. When an Attorney General Jim Hood staffperson was asked if any complaints had been made to the AG’s office, he stated that no complaints had been filed.

 

In Rep. Currie’s HB-67, the responsibility for the enforcement of E-Verify is narrowed down to two state agencies: the Secretary of State’s office, along with the Attorney General’s office. If enacted, this law would mandate heavy fines, redaction of business licenses, and public cataloging of business owners found to employeeunauthorized aliens.Finally, it would require the Attorney General’s office to provide a process for individuals to report business owners they suspect have hiredunauthorized aliens,” and require state Law Enforcement to assist the Attorney General in investigating all such claims.

 

The two other bills already on the table, and both are authored by Rep. Currie: HB 198 (http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/documents/2013/pdf/HB/0100-0199/HB0198IN.pdf) aims to change current Human Trafficking law in such a way as to punish employers who might be transporting individuals into Mississippi for work purposes. HB 321 (http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/2013/pdf/history/HB/HB0321.xml) aims to create theMississippi ID Protection Act,” requiring law enforcement to take photographs during traffic stops of any person who does not provide a valid driver’s license. This bill is a clear attempt to make record of undocumented people during traffic stops.

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