[Sayma-Discuss] FW: Emailing: VICTORY! Florida Anti-Immigrant Bills Are Dead Change.org News
Christina Van Regenmorter
vanregenmorterc at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 16 22:54:30 EDT 2011
we prevented a total of 6 very bad bills this year in TN. held off for the
following year means that no one gets burned. some may get resurrected, but not
From: Dennis Gregg <dennisgregg at gmail.com>
To: Charles Wilton <cwilton at gmail.com>
Cc: sayma-discuss at kitenet.net
Sent: Thu, June 16, 2011 9:51:54 PM
Subject: Re: [Sayma-Discuss] FW: Emailing: VICTORY! Florida Anti-Immigrant Bills
Are Dead Change.org News
TN's bill(s) were not killed. We have a two year legislature, so unless a bill
comes up for a vote and is voted down, it is automatically still alive the
following year. It did not come to a vote this year.
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 9:34 PM, Charles Wilton <cwilton at gmail.com> wrote:
Kentucky's Senate Bill 6, modeled on the the infamous Arizona law, passed the
Senate but died in the House this spring.
>On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 6:28 PM, Free Polazzo <freepolazzo at comcast.net> wrote:
>>It have been wonderful if GA or AL could have also had a headline like this. I
>>heard that TN did prevent their Anti Immigrant (well anti undocumented
>>Immigrant) bill from passing as did NC. Is SC having to deal with this
>>concern? How about Kentucky and West Va?
>>This article tells how they managed to stop the bill. Part of the story is
>>that there was already a large, politically active Latino community and their
>>supporters in place inside the government as well as outside it. Perhaps that
>>shows us part of what we have to do in SAYMA states. Maybe if we elect more
>>Latinos to state and federal offices that will change the tone of the dialogue?
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