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March 9, 2006 Pete Sessions 1514 Longworth House Bldg. Washington, DC 20515-4332 To the Honorable Pete Sessions I have come across a proposed bill which intends to both increase law enforcement and maintain harsher penalties for immigrants who break the law. While I am not by any means against legal immigration, I do feel that the United States could use more regulation toward non-citizens. I believe this will help the United States to convey and establish to immigrants our expectations toward their abidance of our laws. I would like to make clear that I firmly believe in equal rights for all persons living in the United States. I feel the current penalties for law-breakers are very efficient; I just believe our tolerance for non-citizen lawbreakers may be slightly too lenient. I greatly appreciate your time and all your efforts toward our district. Sincerely, Clay Samford 4073 Hanover Dallas, TX 75225
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March 9, 2006 John Cornyn 517 Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510
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Unformatted text preview: To the Honorable John Cornyn I have recently researched a topic of which I feel strongly and have come across a bill which proposes a less-tolerant policy toward immigrants guilty of serious crimes. While immigration has been steadily rising, I feel the United States could greatly benefit from a slight increase in penalties for law-breaking immigrants. Although I do not disagree with our current policies on this matter, I do believe a slight increase in legal punishment will help improve and establish the United States’ expectations of immigrants and national security. I do not believe the United States should discriminate against anyone based on his or her nationality/race. I only feel that national security could benefit from an increase in punishment toward non-citizens guilty of serious offenses. I am very thankful for both your time and the many ways in which you have helped Texas. Sincerely, Clay Samford 4073 Hanover Dallas, TX 75225...
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course GOV AP taught by Professor ??????????/ during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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