Alabama Senate Committee Approves Immigration Bill After Testy Meeting

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved revisions to Alabama's immigration law, putting the bill in line for a planned Tuesday floor vote.
April 26, 2012
 

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved revisions to Alabama's immigration law, putting the bill in line for a planned Tuesday floor vote. The bill keeps the core of Alabama's immigration law intact but makes changes to when people are required to show proof of citizenship and the penalties for hiring illegal immigrants.

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