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Can Any Government Official From Missouri Confirm this?

Missouri has no illegal aliens?

A colleague sent this to me and I am skeptical this is true.

Missouri’s approach to the problem of illegal immigration appears to be more advanced, sophisticated, strict and effective than anything to date in Arizona.

So, why doesn’t Missouri receive attention? Answer: There are no illegal’s in Missouri to demonstrate. The “Show Me” state has again. In 2007, Missouri placed on the ballot a proposed constitutional amendment designating English as the official language of Missouri.

In November, 2008, nearly 90% voted in favor! Thus, English became the official language for ALL governmental activity in Missouri. No individual has the right to demand government services in a language OTHER than English. In 2008, a measure was passed that required the Missouri Highway Patrol and other law enforcement officials to verify the immigration status of any person arrested, and inform federal authorities if the person is found to be in Missouri illegally.

Missouri law enforcement officers receive specific training with respect to enforcement of federal immigration laws. In Missouri, illegal immigrants do NOT have access to taxpayer benefits such as food stamps or health care through Missouri Health NET.

In 2009, a measure was passed that ensures Missouri ‘s public institutions of higher education do NOT award financial aid to individuals who are illegally in the United States. In Missouri, all post-secondary institutions of higher education to annually certify to the Missouri Dept. Of Higher Education that they have NOT knowingly awarded financial aid to students who are unlawfully present in the United States. So, while Arizona has made national news for its new law, Missouri has not.

Missouri has made it clear that illegal immigrants are NOT welcome in the state and they will certainly NOT receive public benefits at the expense of Missouri taxpayers.

This was suppose to have been taken from: “The Ozarks Sentinel” Editorial –

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Gabe Gabrielsen

Dick, I am not sure if all the information in this article is correct – that is why I was hoping to hear from some public employees or government officials from Missouri. I agree with do need to have more open discussions on how to deal with a growing problem affecting our country.

Gabe Gabrielsen