Illegals? Not In These Towns

The old adage says all politics is local. Right now all legislation on illegal immigration certainly seems to be. In Washington, the House and Senate appear no closer to resolving their impasse on the issue. In competing series of hearings, Senators are insisting on a guest-worker plan, while hard-liners in the House refuse to accept any such accommodation. Fed up with all that congressional talk and the lack of national legislation, cities across the U.S. are passing local laws to deter illegal immigrants from coming to town. An ordinance will go into effect this week in Vista, Calif.--a San Diego suburb--that requires...

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