IS THE TIDE ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION TURNING?
By Michael Cutler
June 7, 2011
This evening I received a number of e-mails and phone calls about the decision 5 to 3 by the United States Supreme Court to remand the decision by the lower federal court in Hazleton, Pennsylvania that had blocked immigration the ordinances passed by the government of that beleaguered city.
I am providing you with two links to the news articles that reported on the high court’s decision. [Link one] [Link two]
As you may know, I was the final expert witness called at that trial in 2007.
My testimony was, as you probably expect, in support of the ordinances comprehended under the “Illegal Immigration Relief Act” that were intended to block the employment of illegal aliens in that small town in Pennsylvania and to also prevent illegal aliens from being able to rent housing in that town.