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Texas Legislators Expected to Battle over Immigration in 2009

Rumbo , Posted: Dec 22, 2008

HOUSTON -- Latino legislators in Texas expect 2009 to be a "battlefield" over the state's immigration policy as anti-immigration legislators attempt to crack down on the undocumented population, reports Rumbo newspaper. On Oct. 1, 2008, a new rule went into effect requiring those who renew their Texas driver's license to verify their legal status. Officials expect state agencies to try to implement more rules in 2009 designed to make the lives of undocumented immigrants more difficult, Rumbo reports.

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