Tuesday, July 20, 2010

McCollum to push Arizona-style
immigration law in Florida

From David A. Patten of Newsmax on July 18:
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, locked in a tight race for the GOP nomination for Florida governor with political upstart Rick Scott, says he will help introduce an Arizona-style immigration law in the Florida legislature.

In an exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV, McCollum said the proposed law would mandate that Florida police officers must investigate when, in the course of their normal duties, they develop a reasonable suspicion that a suspect may be illegal.

“I am working with, and do support that, in working with a legislator here in Florida who is a chairman of a key committee, to draft a law for the next session of the legislature, and will take some key elements like that from Arizona law, and make it part of Florida law,” McCollum told Newsmax.TV’s Kathleen Walter in an exclusive interview.

Read more, plus watch the interview.


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