See also immigration policy and principle of subsidiarity and Arizona immigration crackdown
In June 2011, the state of Alabama in the United States passed a law called HB 56 aimed at directing and enforcing the use of state resources to identifying and reporting illegal immigrants to federal authorities for deportation. The law is similar to, but considered tougher than, the SB 1070 law passed by the state of Arizona in 2010.
- Wikipedia page
- Bad for Business: How Alabama’s Anti-Immigrant Law Stifles State Economy (November 2011) on the Immigration Policy Center website.
- Blog posts about Alabama’s immigration law on the Immigration Policy Center website.
- Responding to State Immigration Legislation: A Resource Page on the Immigration Policy Center website.