The national organization ALIPAC (Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee) is launching a special effort in North Carolina to get state legislators to cut off all taxpayer resources from illegal aliens in this year’s budget negotiations with the exception of emergency medical care and vaccinations.
    {mosimage}The group, established in 2004, is known for many national and state level successes fighting illegal immigration. In North Carolina, ALIPAC played a key role in defeating in-state tuition for illegals in 2005 and helped pass state laws that cracked down on illegal immigration in 2006 and 2007.
    “We have an illegal immigration emergency in North Carolina and must cut off all incentives for illegal aliens immediately,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “North Carolina is still one of the top destinations in America for illegal aliens and we have larger numbers inbound because Georgia and South Carolina have cracked down. We must take emergency action in North Carolina.”
    The group says there is a mass exodus of illegal aliens from Georgia and that many are headed for North Carolina, which is perceived as welcoming to illegal aliens. South Carolina is on the verge of passing similar legislation.
    Despite multiple polls showing approximately 80 percent of North Carolinians oppose taxpayer resources, including college access and licenses for illegal aliens, several Democrat lawmakers announced a push for college access for illegal aliens this week.
    “We hope to thwart the radical pro illegal alien agenda of Democrats once again as we have before,” said William Gheen. “We need to get North Carolina lawmakers of both parties moving toward enforcement like the majority of other states are doing.”
    ALIPAC will work with other state and national groups such as N.C. Listen on this project and will release more details soon.

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