House legislation designed to make life easier for illegal aliens to access public benefits in Georgia defeated in the state Senate
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House legislation designed to make life easier for illegal aliens to access public benefits in Georgia defeated in the state Senate

HB 1051 VOTE RECORDS FOR HOUSE AND SENATE

Perhaps one of the most deceptive bills of the season, House Bill 1051 (Tom Dickson, R, Dalton) flew through the Georgia House early in the 2014 General Assembly, but was killed in the Senate after some basic educational work and political pressure was applied. The ACCG/GMA/ACLU anti-enforcement coalition has remained publicly silent in their failure to slip this one through the system.

Pro-enforcement Americans gain a small, likely temporary, victory in Nathan Deal’s Republican-ruled Georgia. You can see how your own state Rep and state Senator voted on the bottom.

It should be noted that DACA illegal aliens (“Deferred action does not provide an individual with lawful status”) are accessing most taxpayer-funded Georgia public benefits, including state issued ID cards and drivers licenses and also  

      

(A) Adult education;



      (B) Authorization to conduct a commercial enterprise or business;



      (C) Business certificate, license, or registration;



      (D) Business loan;



      (E) Cash allowance;



      (F) Disability assistance or insurance;



      (G) Down payment assistance;



      (H) Energy assistance;



      (I) Food stamps;



      (J) Gaming license;



      (K) Grants;



      (L) Health benefits;



      (M) Housing allowance, grant, guarantee, or loan;



      (N) Loan guarantee;



      (O) Medicaid;



      (P) Occupational license;



      (Q) Professional license;



      (R) Public and assisted housing;



      (S) Registration of a regulated business;



      (T) Rent assistance or subsidy;



      (U) Retirement benefits;



      (V) State grant or loan;



      (W) State issued driver's license and identification card;



      (X) Tax certificate required to conduct a commercial business;



      (Y) Temporary assistance for needy families (TANF);



      (Z) Unemployment insurance; and



      (AA) Welfare to work.

House vote record HERE

Senate vote record HERE

·        VIDEO If you want to see the Senate vote on official archived video see HERE, go to “Senate PM 5” and slide the timer to 33:11-52:24

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