How our reps voted:
Lucy Mason Y
Andrew M. Tobin Y
Cato Institute comments on the recent immigration bill passed by AZ legislators.
The following article is well placed with this new legislation that has passed:
Papers Please: In attacking illegal immigration, Arizona transforms itself to a police state
SB1070: National ID for Arizonans
Here were my comments to Steve Pierce (Steve sponsored this bill):
I disagree with this bill due to its anti-liberty stance and its affect on the common people, that being you and me. I would like to discourage you from voting for SB1070 for the following reasons:
11-1051.B & 11-1051.E --> Which can be abused to jail law abiding citizens.
11-1051.F --> This section takes away my right to privacy and establishes a defacto national ID.
11-1051.A, G --> This is in conflict with local control.
11-1051.I --> Law enforcement shouldn't be above the law causing abuses to the people that cannot then be reconciled.
13-1509 --> Duplication of law. There's no reason to make new laws when there are already laws to deal with the problems.
13-2319.E --> Police officers should not be able to pull a person over for anything other than reckless driving and speeding (which reckless driving).
13-2928 --> This takes away the rights of people to freedom of contract.
13-2929 --> This takes away the rights of people to freedom of contract.
23-212 --> This takes away the rights of people to freedom of contract.