Midwest State Poised to Defy Biden, Proposes Texas-Style Immigration Bill


Iowa has introduced legislation to combat illegal immigration. Iowa has introduced a bill to combat illegal immigration.

Senate File 2340 declares that it is illegal for an alien who has been deported, or denied admission to the U.S., to enter or reenter the state.

The bill has been sent to the Governor. Kim Reynolds is expected to sign the bill. Reynolds a Republican, stated that she would sign the legislation. It will go into effect in July.

“It is not acceptable that the President and his Administration fail to enforce immigration laws. This compromises our sovereignty and safety. ”

The state legislatures are considering several similar bills to crack down on illegal immigration. New Hampshire Tennessee and Oklahoma all have moved similar proposals.

However, the most notable legislation is in Texas, where Governor Greg Abbott signed S.B. 4 into law in December. This law permits police to arrest illegal immigrants and allows judges to order their deportation

In January, the Biden administration brought a suit claiming that the law intrudes on federal territory. The lawsuit cited a Supreme Court ruling from 2012 that invalidated portions of an Arizona statute that sought to empower state and local officials.

“S.B. 4 will not only make communities in Texas less safe, it will also burden law enforcement and sow chaos and confusion at our southern border. S.B. 4 is just another example of Republican officials politicizing the border while blocking real solutions,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in a statement this week.

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the law from being implemented, but the Supreme Court let it briefly take effect before sending it to the appeals court without deciding its merits. Both sides presented oral arguments on March 20.

Abbott said the law was needed because Biden’s government did not do its job in securing the border. There are fears that summer will bring a new border crisis record. In fiscal year 2023, there were 2.4 million encounters between migrants and the U.S.

“No. Our situation is dangerous. No. Abbott said that Joe Biden violated the laws of the United States of America by his actions.

Biden and Abbott have had a heated argument over the border. Abbott and Biden have clashed over the border.

He said: “We’ll keep building those border walls. We will keep the buoys in the water. We will build a Texas Wall. We’ll do all we can to protect Texas and the United States of America. “