Support Indiana Legislation S.B.590 Against Illegal Immigration 2011
- M. Black, 317-839-3601
- Closed on
- The Members of the Indiana General Assembly
- United States of America
Thank you and Congratulations! to all who signed this petition and shared information urging support for this bill.
These petition signatures were presented to Senator Delph during the April 14, 2011 hearing.
The Indiana General Assembly PASSED the bill supported here adopting the final conference committee report on April 29, 2011.
Senate Bill 590 information here: http://www.in.gov/apps/lsa/session/billwatch/billinfo?year=2011&session=1&request=getBill&docno=590
The citizens of Indiana wish to respectfully but clearly declare that because the federal government has failed its obligation illegal immigration has become a state issue.
Senate Bill 590, Illegal Immigration Matters, is currently active in this 2011 session. It has passed the senate and needs immediate attention to move it through the house before it can become law.
The bill language, reports and status may be view on the state government's website (http://www.in.gov/apps/lsa/session/billwatch/billinfo?year=2011&session=1&request=getBill&docno=590)
This petition will be closed no later then the last day for session adjournment of both houses, April 29, 2011. This is a Hoosier grassroots effort. The signatures will be presented to the legislators and not retained, sold or distributed in any other way. GoPetition verifies signatories IP address for petition integrity, however, the more information you provide the more weight your signature will carry.
Members of the Indiana General Assembly:
We ask that you support Senate Bill 590 to alleviate the financial burden on the Indiana taxpayers.
These signatures represent Indiana citizens who will be noting your action on SB 590, Illegal Immigration Matters.
The Support Indiana Legislation S.B.590 Against Illegal Immigration 2011 petition to The Members of the Indiana General Assembly was written by M. Black, 317-839-3601 and is in the category Government at GoPetition.