ALIPAC Activists Help Spread Arizona Law to 12 More States
May 4, 2010
One of America’s largest grassroots organizations fighting against illegal immigration has used their national network and existing state legislation campaigns to help quickly carry Arizona’s SB 1070 to twelve other states!
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC has focused a lot of lobbying efforts into passing immigration enforcement legislation on the state level and has assisted in the passage of enforcement legislation in over 30 states. ALIPAC is also accredited with helping defeat state legislation to provide taxpayer benefits such as licenses and in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens.
ALIPAC has documented efforts by state lawmakers to file SB 1070 in 12 states already including Arkansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Utah.
For full details on each state that is or will be filing copies of Arizona’s SB 1070, please see the list at this link…
“We are excited to see so many Americans who represent the 60-81% of US Citizens who support Arizona’s SB 1070 contacting their state lawmakers to ask for similar legislation,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “Our network of over 30,000 supporters started asking other states to follow Arizona weeks before Governor Brewer signed the bill. We will not stop until we have SB 1070 protecting American jobs, wages, health, and lives in all 50 states!”
ALIPAC activists from across America lobbied lawmakers in Arizona to help pass SB 1070. They also called to lobby Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to sign the bill, when the national illegal alien supporting groups tried to block the legislation.
Citizens who are interested in supporting SB 1070 legislation in the 12 new states taking up the bill or who would like to get the bill filed in their state are encouraged to join ALIPAC’s national network via e-mail alerts at www.alipac.us ALIPAC’s communications network is also available to citizens via Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
For more information or to get involved, please visit www.alipac.us