Changes to immigration law get approval from Alabama House panel

04/18/2012 | Montgomery Advertiser (Ala.)

Changes to Alabama's immigration law have been approved by a state House Committee. A mandate that requires police to check the immigration status of people they stop for traffic offenses would be expanded, while state agencies would be allowed to form contracts with illegal residents that were not business agreements and motor vehicles. The full House is expected to vote Thursday.

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