Michigan lawmaker plans Arizona-like immigration bill
Rep. Kim Meltzer, R-Clinton Township, said her bill would allow police to request proof of citizenship from people who are stopped and questioned on another offense, such as a traffic violation or selling fraudulent identity documents. Officers would have the authority to arrest people who can't prove their legal status.
"We have borders in place for a reason," Meltzer said. "Everyone should play by the rules."
Meltzer, who's a candidate for state Senate in the August primary election, said racial profiling -- a key fear among opponents of Arizona's law -- would not be tolerated. She said a driver's license would be reasonable proof that a person was legally living in the U.S.
Polls show 100% of illegal aliens are against it.
If I didn't think with my penis, I wouldn't think at all
I hope I am not a racist, I mean I drive fast, But I am not specialized at it.
Last edited by XXXJ; May 9th, 2010 at 10:34 PM.