Alabama immigration law?

Causing Alabama to have one of the lowest unemployment rate in the nation, why? And tax revenue is up for the state also. Contractors and builders are hiring at an alarming rate. Hospital emergency rooms are more efficient with less casual illnesses. Local jail overcrowding is eliminated. Local law enforcement is doing more "serving the public" than having to "protect the public". What gives Alabama? Has this changed in a good way?

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  • 8 years ago
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    No, Alabama's unemployment rate is 9.3 percent, hardly the lowest in the nation. Estimated tax losses for the state go as high as 130,000,000 per year due to their stance on immigration. The immigration law has been a disaster and must be changed now.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Immigration Law did a good job to Alabama's economy.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Alabama has done an excellent job of causing the illegals to self deport. The supposed lost tax revenue is more than made up by the decrease in medical costs that illegals used to suck up.

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  • 8 years ago

    I'm not buying your claims. actually, I know they are not true at all. Private jails were lobbying for ati-immigration laws so they can receive more inmates. more people are going to jail with those unfair laws.

    yor are making this up.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp7JQFvs5m8

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    when we send many people to jail, we have to spend money on them. while in jail, the immigrants are not producing anything for the society. even deportation costs money.

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