Georgia's new Immigration law went into effect on July 1st and to say that it's raised a few eyebrows is not the least of it....Georgia like many other states has more than 425,000 illegal immigrants yet in the past they've been permitted to perform farm labor with consequence.
Often the claim from Farmers and other's who employ Illegal Immigrants is that their doing work that Americans want do?
Join our dialogue about the real deal in the Georgia legistlation and other similiar bills around the country. What is the remedy - should they stay or should they be booted out? Their in this country illegal and Farmers need the labor force - Is this wrong and how can we make it right?
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