Monday, February 14, 2011

Arizona Debates 14th Amendment

Congressional leaders across the country continue to debate whether the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution applies to children born to undocumented parents. But the battle continues to brew in Arizona, where state legislators have proposed SB1308 and SB1309 to take a stand on this debate against undocumented families.

As Border Action Network states, "These two measures would not only deny citizenship to children of undocumented parents and try to force the Supreme Court to review the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, but would also create an “interstate compact” with other states recognizing one another’s new state-determined citizenship."

Yet again, some AZ legislators are trying to tear apart families. Take ACTION with Border Action Network! Tell the Senate Appropriations Committee to Vote NO on SB1308 and SB1309!

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