Skip to comments.Where Police Don't Ask, and Immigrants Don't Tell
Posted on 06/09/2012 1:01:39 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
José Alfredo Romero Rodríguez looked to the United States as a place for better opportunity and quality of life than the one he experienced in Monterrey, Mexico. -- "I crossed the Rio Bravo in 1999 to have a change in my life," said Rodríguez, 54, a day laborer in Dallas, Texas, told Fox News Latino. -- Today Rodríguez, known as "El Perro" or "the Dog" to his friends, waits to be picked for a day laborer job...
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The figure includes $10 million in the first nine months of the current fiscal year that ends June 30, with the rest being spent the prior fiscal year.
The sum does not yet include most of the extensive costs associated with the ongoing criminal trial of Monsignor William Lynn, charged in a groundbreaking conspiracy and cover-up case that is now in a jury's hands Monsignor William Lynn walks from the Criminal Justice Center, Tuesday, June 5, 2012, in Philadelphia. Lynn is the first Roman Catholic church official in the U.S. ever charged with child endangerment, for allegedly keeping co-defendants former priest Edward V. Avery and the Rev. James J. Brennan, and other accused predators, in ministry. (AP Photo/Matt )http://cnsnews.com/news/article/philadelphia-archdiocese-legal-bill-116m
The rejected legislation Last summer, the Texas legislature met for an emergency session declared by Governor Rick Perry. They debated on bills, HB 12 and SB 9, that barred local governments from instructing law enforcement personnel not to inquire into the immigration status of persons detained in a criminal investigation. The bills failed in the Texas Senate.
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