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Proposal would require cities to help enforce anti-immigration laws
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By Montanadan on 01-15-13 @ 8:25 am
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Better safe than SORRY. Unchecked Illegal imigration has bankrupt or destroyed many a State or
Cities. Mexican mafia is running the goverment in California, plus all the Unions. Thats why
Mexifornia is the most bankrupt State in America. Lets learn from there mistakes and not repeat
them. Sanctuary cities is the beginning to the end of Montana. Montana is a great place to live,
lets keep it that way.
By hotfishmt on 01-14-13 @ 4:19 pm
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Eh Gads: what will the Border Patrol do if citiies enforce the immigrtation policies??? They
have to hide in Montana now just to get their overtime on the paycheck…maybe they can look
for Grizzlies crossing illegalilly ?????

Around the C. Falls area…if not for the Ole Border Cossing station up past Moose
Crossing….they would have no place to hide an make $$$ checking for wandering Moose that
have no passport…
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