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H.R.3447 Veterans' Education Protection Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 29, 2012 Referred to the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Training.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Education and the Workforce - Higher Education and Workforce Training

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    • Bloggings: What Would Happen To Immigration Under An ... - July 25, 2012 by Roger Algase - ... racist party be more likely to support efforts by the states to criminalize the immigration laws, or to do so through a federal law similar to the draconian HR 3447 passed by the Republican House of Representatives in 2005?

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      As noted by Roger Algase on July 25, 2012, "... racist party be more likely to support efforts by the states to criminalize the immigration laws, or to do so through a federal law similar to the draconian HR 3447 passed by the Republican House of Representatives in 2005?" (/url?q=http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationlawblogs/2012/07/bloggings-what-would-happen-to-immigration-under-an-illegitimate-romney-presidency-by-roger-algase.html&sa=U&ei=JLYSULPnE5OQ8wSS3YGoCw&ved=0CCEQmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNF2ZfKQy2xZygxcYu4YR4ZMSTBung)
    • Bloggings: What Would Happen To Immigration Under An ... - July 25, 2012 by Roger Algase - ... racist party be more likely to support efforts by the states to criminalize the immigration laws, or to do so through a federal law similar to the draconian HR 3447 passed by the Republican House of Representatives in 2005?

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      As noted by Roger Algase on July 25, 2012, "... racist party be more likely to support efforts by the states to criminalize the immigration laws, or to do so through a federal law similar to the draconian HR 3447 passed by the Republican House of Representatives in 2005?" (/url?q=http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationlawblogs/2012/07/bloggings-what-would-happen-to-immigration-under-an-illegitimate-romney-presidency-by-roger-algase.html&sa=U&ei=_lgRUKKDHqHa0QHqjYGICg&ved=0CCEQmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNHwseJATYKK9QuWqOCTmxVud9PxqQ)
    • Bloggings: More about rearranging deck chairs on the immigration ... - July 03, 2012 by Roger Algase - Go back and read HR 3447 which was passed by the Republican House of Representatives in late 2005 under Wisconsin Congressman James Sensenbrenner. but, fortunately, never made it to the Senate. At least, that is ...

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      As noted by Roger Algase on July 03, 2012, "Go back and read HR 3447 which was passed by the Republican House of Representatives in late 2005 under Wisconsin Congressman James Sensenbrenner. but, fortunately, never made it to the Senate. At least, that is ..." (/url?q=http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationlawblogs/2012/07/bloggings-more-about-rearranging-deck-chairs-on-the-immigration-titanic-by-roger-algase.html&sa=U&ei=aIkVUKKfOoex0AHM_oHYCA&ved=0CCYQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNHO8RFkKBpJz5IAd2nuKCd0H-DmpQ)

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    • Bloggings: Obama has neglected the immigration issue. Willard Romney ("W") might not do the same, but we may wish that he had. By Roger Algase - June 12, 2012 by ILW - Ha, ha, so long, suckers! That was only meant to apply when the states were trying to help minorities, not to kick them out 2) Quick enactment (assuming a Republican Congress) of a federal law similar to H.R. 3447 in 2005 making all immigration ...

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      As noted by ILW on June 12, 2012, "Ha, ha, so long, suckers! That was only meant to apply when the states were trying to help minorities, not to kick them out 2) Quick enactment (assuming a Republican Congress) of a federal law similar to H.R. 3447 in 2005 making all immigration ..." (http://blogs.ilw.com/immigrationlawblogs/2012/06/bloggings-obama-has-neglected-the-immigration-issue-willard-might-not-do-the-same-but-we-may-wish-th.html)
    • Bloggings: As Wisconsin goes, so may go America on immigration and related issues involving minority rights by Roger Algase - June 05, 2012 by ILW - The Wisconsin bill did not make it out of committee, but this may not be the last attempt. It is not been so many years since H.R. 3447, a bill that was far worse than even Arizona's law, as it would have criminalized even the most trivial and technical ..

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      As noted by ILW on June 05, 2012, "The Wisconsin bill did not make it out of committee, but this may not be the last attempt. It is not been so many years since H.R. 3447, a bill that was far worse than even Arizona's law, as it would have criminalized even the most trivial and technical .." (http://www.ilw.com/articles/2012,0605-algase.shtm)
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