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Tancredo, Gilchrist draw 250 in New Hampshire

By Hatewatch Staff on September 27, 2005 - 9:32 am, Posted in Uncategorized

The New Hampshire police chief who charged an illegal alien with trespassing lost that battle last month when a district court judge ruled that only the federal government could enforce immigration laws. But New Ipswich Police Chief Garrett Chamberlain told an audience in Concord last night that he’s not done trying…

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Latinos threatened after fatal accident

By Hatewatch Staff on September 27, 2005 - 9:31 am, Posted in Uncategorized

The death of a Mount Holly teacher killed in a crash with an illegal immigrant later charged with drunken driving has triggered a rash of harassing phone calls, e-mails and letters sent to Latin advocacy and religious groups…

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Greyhound reveals ‘Transportation of Illegal Aliens’ policy

By Hatewatch Staff on September 27, 2005 - 9:29 am, Posted in Uncategorized

…The “Transportation of Illegal Aliens” policy warns Greyhound’s customer service employees to beware of people in large groups, moving in single file and traveling with little or no luggage. It says other telltale signs include people “trying to hide or stay out of plain view” or large groups led by a “guide” who holds everyone’s tickets…

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Trio admit to robbing day laborers

By Hatewatch Staff on September 27, 2005 - 9:27 am, Posted in Uncategorized

…Two Pompano Beach brothers and a teenage girl have been arrested in the armed robbery, and both Martin County Sheriff’s Office and Jupiter Police Department detectives on Friday said the trio may have robbed dozens of Hispanic workers in a similar way. Officials say that they have about 50 victims at this point, and that number could grow.

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Schwarzenegger supports Minutemen

By Hatewatch Staff on September 27, 2005 - 9:25 am, Posted in Uncategorized

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who heads to Mexico on Friday to discuss border and education issues, congratulated the federal government this week for improving border enforcement — and stuck by his defense of a citizens border patrol group as a neighborhood watch group that is not harming anybody…

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Two states sued over tuition for immigrants

By Hatewatch Staff on September 20, 2005 - 12:42 pm, Posted in Uncategorized

New York has joined Texas as the second state since early August to become the target of discrimination complaints for laws allowing illegal aliens who live in those states to go to college cheaper than out-of-state students who are U.S. citizens.

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Minuteman organizer: volunteers want to ‘shoot the taco meat’

By Hatewatch Staff on September 20, 2005 - 12:33 pm, Posted in Uncategorized

The Minuteman has become a nationally branded symbol for the current immigration debate in the United States. Images of camouflage-clad retirees with binoculars have come to inspire discussions about national security, immigration, human rights and racism…

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Friends of the Border Patrol abandon their posts

By Hatewatch Staff on September 20, 2005 - 12:31 pm, Posted in Uncategorized

The long-planned launch of civilian border monitoring by a Southern California group that opposes illegal immigration sputtered into action this weekend but did not begin patrolling the frontier as intended.

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Religious alliance pushes immigration law reform

By Hatewatch Staff on September 20, 2005 - 11:02 am, Posted in Uncategorized

A coalition of church leaders, business executives, educators and community activists will push state and local lawmakers tonight for tougher laws on methamphetamine manufacturers, more money to care for the elderly and a reformation of immigration laws…

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GOP lawmakers target illegal immigrants

By Hatewatch Staff on September 20, 2005 - 11:00 am, Posted in Uncategorized

Senate Republicans on Tuesday announced that they intend to make illegal immigration a top priority of the election-year legislative session that begins in January, lining up behind a proposal to prevent undocumented workers from receiving taxpayer-funded services in Georgia.

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