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    Sanctuary City Protester with Miami Address Votes In Durham County

    Posted in Civitas Review, Immigration By Susan Myrick | Tagged , , , , , ,

    We keep getting new information on the six political activists that were arrested outside of the Governor’s Mansion last Friday. A group of protesters chained themselves together and blocked Blount Street in in order to be arrested. They were protesting Governor McCrory signing of House Bill 318, a law that will, among its provisions, prevent […]

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    Which Is NC's Biggest 'Sanctuary' City

    Posted in Civitas Review, Immigration By Civitas Staff | Tagged , , ,

    At NC Capitol Connection, Matt Caulder updates his look at sanctuary cities in North Carolina. Can you guess which city so far most fervently embraces such policies? Click here to find out.

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    The Truth about Polls and ID for Illegals

    Posted in Civitas Review, Immigration, Miscellaneous, Polling By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , ,

    We hear through the grapevine that some people are citing our most recent online survey to say NC voters would like to grant drivers licenses to illegal immigrants. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Online surveys aren't meant to be scientific studies of public opinion, but rather ways of letting people express their views […]

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    Supreme Court Deals a Blow to State Sovereignty

    Posted in Crime, Immigration, Politicians & Politicking By Scott Blakeman | Tagged , , ,

    The Supreme Court has ruled on Arizona’s tough immigration law, and the result isn’t good for state sovereignty. The Court, in a 5-3 ruling, (Justice Elena Kagan did not participate in the case because of prior involvement when she was Solicitor General) the Court struck down some of the major provisions of the law, citing […]

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    Would Employment Go Up if NC Adopted Alabama's Immigration Enforcement Law?

    Posted in Economics, Immigration By Francis De Luca | Tagged , , , has a post about the dramatic drop in the unemployment rate in Alabama since they adopted HB 56, immigration reform legislation, in late August. Ever since Alabama began implementing its immigration enforcement law, H.B. 56, in late September, the state’s unemployment rate has been dropping like a stone. In just the first month the […]

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