Skip to comments.Supreme Court Allows Nebraska City's Illegal Aliens Housing Ban to Stand
Posted on 05/08/2014 8:24:54 PM PDT by montag813
by Brian Hayes | Top Right News
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to review a lawsuit challenging a Nebraska citys ordinance that bans renting homes to illegal aliens -- a decision which could open the door to similar laws in many other cities.
Attorney Kris Kobach, who defended the Fremont, NE ordinance, said the Court's decision gives a bright green light for other cities within the 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals that want to adopt such laws. The circuit includes Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and the Dakotas.
"Today we achieved final victory on behalf of the citizens of Fremont, Nebraska," said Kobach. "The ordinance...to stop employing and renting to illegal aliens was approved last year. Our victory in Court is complete. The ACLU has been defeated."
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When we went to my son-in-law’s graduation from legal school, where he got a parallel MBA (while supporting my daughter and three children), I noted the number of new attorneys who were lauded for working with/for an area legal aid society that specializes in helping illegals. If that’s not a sign of the degree of corruption of principles (legal and moral) we now live in, I’ not sure what is.
<><> affirmative action--no
<><> prayers opening council meetings---yes
<><> and now this.
As yefragetuwrabrumuy helpfully posted......the real zinger in the decision is that it nails illegals for identity theft, if they use a fake ID, and claim they are citizens. And do so for gain, the crime cant just be brushed off.
This zinger most assuredly can impact:
<><> getting in-college tuition, getting a raft of govt checks under multiple id's, EITC refunds, voting w/ fake id, etc etc etc.
I remember that too. See post #8, these folks may have tried a more effective angle.
Comgrats to your SOL sounds like your daughter found a winner.
As the saying goes, “Teach them sound principles and they will govern themselves.”
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Wait. Kris is our Sec of State here in Kansas. How can he also rep a Nebraska city?
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