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... Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, and Robert Livingston. This document was provided as a way for British colonists in America to fight against Great Britain. The colonists felt like parliament and King George III were trying to take away many of their freedom through unfair laws.
6) Alabama HB 56 is a very controversial bill. This bill “denies illegal immigrants to access job, education, and health care“ (Lawrence, 2011). It was created in order to stop illegal immigration in Alabama. It has been regarded as the nations strictest anti immigration law. Just to name a few of its uses, HB 56 allows schools to report to the federal government about a students immigration status, it restricts immigrants from renting, entering contracts, or receiving public benefits without proof of citizenship and requires law enforcement to check immigration status.
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