Immigration reform bill poses civil liberties threat

"It starts to change the relationship between the citizen and state, you do have to get permission to do things," said Chris Calabrese, a congressional lobbyist with the American Civil Liberties Union. "More fundamentally, it could be the start of keeping a record of all things."
He's talking about provisions in the immigration bill that would require e-verify (government permission to work) and a biometric database for identification purposes. 

This entry was published Mon May 20 00:45:41 CDT 2013 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2013-05-20 00:45:41.0. [Tweet]

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