Georgia has passed a tough illegal immigration law. How is that any business of 11 Central American nations? And how in the world can they bring suit against Georgia? William Teach
Perhaps Georgia should turn around and sue Mexico for their much more stringent immigration policies
Eleven foreign countries, including Mexico and Brazil, are suing the state of Georgia for its law cracking down on illegal immigration. Neil spoke to Georgia State Representative Matt Ramsey who says that “All we’re trying to do is see the enforcement of American immigration law occur, which is incidentally, compared to Mexico, is liberal and welcome.” Ramsey says the law is intended to protect the state’s economy because taxpayers are subsidizing half a million illegal immigrants in Georgia via public schools, law enforcement and health care costs.
Exactly what right does a foreign nation have to sue one of the states? This boggles my mind it really does.