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Old January 23rd, 2005 #1
Xuxalina Rihhia
Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: FUCK YOU!
Posts: 1,477
Default No licences for Mexivandal Illegals!!!

Save Our License Initiative

The Attorney General of California has prepared the following title and
summary of the chief purpose and points of the proposed measure:

DRIVER’S LICENSES. COLLEGE EXPENSES. PUBLIC BENEFITS. ELIGIBILITY OF ILLEGAL ALIENS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Prohibits aliens unlawfully in United States from obtaining: a driver’s license or government identification card; a college fee or tuition exemption; government grant, contract, loan; a professional or commercial license; or any other public benefit not required by federal law. Authorizes any state citizen to sue to enforce prohibitions, requires State to defend initiative, and provides costs and attorney’s fees to prevailing party. Makes any elected or government official who willfully violates the prohibitions personally liable for litigation costs, attorney’s fees, and actual damages. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: This measure could have the following major fiscal effects: Potentially major one-time costs, with annual costs in the tens of millions of dollars, to verify citizenship or immigration status of persons receiving public benefits. Program savings to the state and local governments due to reduced expenditures for certain public services. These savings could be in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually.

Section 1 - Addition of Article I, Section 26, to the California Constitution

Article I, Section 26, is hereby added to the California Constitution as follows:

SEC. 26. (a) The State shall not authorize or provide to any alien not lawfully in the United States, a driver's license or government identification card, exemption from nonresident tuition or fees for postsecondary education, grant, contract, loan, professional license, or commercial license; or any retirement, welfare, health, disability, public or assisted housing, postsecondary education, food assistance, unemployment benefit, or any other similar benefit to an individual, household, or family eligibility unit, unless those benefits or services are required to be provided pursuant to federal law.

(b) For the purposes of this section, “State” shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the State itself, any city, county, city and county, township, public university system, community college district, school district, special district, or any other political subdivision or governmental instrumentality of or within the State.

(c) If any part or parts of this section are challenged in state or federal court, the State shall defend the legality of this section until all appeals have been exhausted and a final judgment is enacted.

(d) This section shall be self-executing. If any part or parts of this section are found to be in conflict with federal law or the United States Constitution, the section shall be implemented to the maximum extent that federal law and the United States Constitution permit. Any provision held invalid shall be severable from the remaining portions of this section.

(e) Any citizen residing in the state of California may sue for injunctive, declaratory, or any other appropriate relief to enjoin violations or to compel compliance with the provisions of this section. In any legal action to enforce subdivision (a), the burden shall be on the State to demonstrate that the benefits or services are required to be provided pursuant to federal law. The court shall award to a prevailing plaintiff or defendant, other than the State, the costs of litigation, including reasonable attorney’s fees.

(f) Any elected official or government official who willfully violates the provisions of this title may be held personally liable for the costs of litigation including reasonable attorney’s fees and actual damages.
Old January 23rd, 2005 #2
Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: Burning Down Indian Country
Posts: 6,185
Default What's the big deal?

This is a false flag op. Mexishits can already work and vote in California. Hell, a lot of places have signs pointing you to where you can find the Mexishit workers!! They can vote too, all you need is a utility bill to register, and don't have to show ID at the polling place.

Might be better to give the shits a license, so you can sue the hell out of them or the state when you get in an accident. Right now you can't do anything if drunk ass Jose rams into your ass.


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