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05/26/2011

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Larry

Stopping illegal immigration starts with employers. This is a great decision by the Supreme Court, one that should be celebrated. We need mandatory E-Verify in Texas, so that the same thing will happen here that happened in Arizona. Illegal aliens could not get jobs... thus, they left the state. Texas should do the same thing. It will reduce congestion on roads, overcrowding in schools, crime, medical costs, and identity theft. It's all good!

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