Alabama’s new Immigration Enforcement Law directing police to enforce U.S. Immigration laws has prompted the Justice Department to sue Alabama over the statute arguing the law unconstitutionally invades the federal government’s exclusive authority over immigration law enforcement.
Should states decide to follow Eric Holder’s (DOJ) argument that states can not enforce ‘Federal’ Immigration Laws, states will no longer be required or allowed to enforce Federal:
interstate transportation laws
postal (mail) laws
communication (FCC) laws
food and drug safety laws
labor wage, and work place safety laws
environmental water, air, protected species or habitat laws
shipping and boating laws
and the list goes on and on!
At what point will states say enough is enough and kick federal regulators and federal regulation out of their states and take back the right that our founders identified as States Rights not to be infringed upon by federal government, federal regulators and federal regulations.