Check Out This Interactive Round Up of Anti-Immigrant Laws Since 2010


Mother Jones has an interactive round up of anti-immigrant laws, and bills since 2010. With Google maps and everything. And it does take a round up to keep track of all of them!

via Mother Jones


Just how wide-ranging has the recent anti-immigration push been? Only seven states (Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Wyoming) failed to pass anti-immigration laws in 2010 and 2011. Most states passed anywhere from 1 to 6 such bills—on everything from driver’s license eligibility to the mandatory use of E-Verify—while a few (Arizona, Utah, and Virginia) passed 11 or more. Including Arizona’s SB 1070, 36 states considered wide-ranging anti-immigration laws; 6 were successful.

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  • Will McMillian
    published this page in Alerta 2012-03-16 08:16:24 -0700