Statements about Immigration
College students "who are NOT U.S. Citizens and who get the PELL Grant" plan to return to their home countries after getting free gas cards and child care.
"Nearly 65 percent -- almost two-thirds -- of all new permanent residents obtained that status by virtue of their family status."
"Agriculture has always required a significant workforce from abroad."
The United States does "not have a system through which growers and dairies can bring a workforce legally into the U.S."
The United States has "an immigration system where only 6.5 percent of people who come here, come here based on labor and skill."
"If you look at the number of illegal immigrants coming into the country, it is net zero. It's been that way now for almost two years."
Says state Senate candidate Aaron Bean voted to give health care subsidies to illegal immigrants.
Aaron Bean voted to give illegal immigrants in-state tuition.
As Florida secretary of state, Kurt Browning "allowed 1,800 illegal voters to register in Florida."
"A million people a year come into the U.S. legally. No other country even comes close to that figure."
Florida election officials’ requests to some residents to submit proof of citizenship is a "backdoor poll tax."
"The U.S. Census believes that by 2030 the majority of Americans will use Spanish as their first language."
"91 percent of Latinos support the DREAM Act, which allows undocumented youth to attend college," but Marco Rubio opposes it.
Says Newt Gingrich said "Spanish is the language of the ghetto."
There are 86 languages spoken at Miami Dade College.
The city of Pembroke Pines doesn't have a vote in a plan to build a detention center in Southwest Ranches.
Proof of citizenship isn't necessary before you register to vote in Florida.
Says his parents "came to America following Fidel Castro's takeover" of Cuba.
"I sponsored and was the co-sponsor of the only legislation that ever passed that had E-Verify provisions in it back in 2010 when I served in the Legislature."
Says that had E-Verify been in place in Florida when 9/11 terrorists lived here, "we might have saved the lives of 3,000 Americans."
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