LETTER TO THE EDITOR: California, feds flouting immigration laws

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Illegals do not deserve to have a pathway to citizenship or driver’s licenses. We all should fight this bill. Illegal aliens have broken our laws, yet we are told that their children should be able to go to school and get tuition breaks. The trouble with that is, the children are still here illegally. Meanwhile, we have legal citizens who have trouble paying for school tuition.

We need to secure our borders and enforce our laws. Many Democratic politicians continue to say our laws don’t work, but how do they know? They don’t want to enforce them. The federal government would rather sue states (such as Arizona) for enforcing existing regulations than enforce its own laws.

VICTORIA COSTANZA

Sacramento, Calif.

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