The headline on Fox News Latino (and whose genius idea was that?) is Alabama Immigration Law May Keep Charlie Brown and Snoopy Off Stage, March 10, 2012.
It`s actually "New York Company That Hates Alabama Refuses Obey Law."
"A public high school has put the production of "You`re a Good Man, Charlie Brown" on hold after a New York licensing house that owns the rights to the play refused to submit a document required under the immigration law.
The licensing company, Tams-Witmark Music Library Inc., relented and submitted the document Friday following inquiries from The Associated Press, school officials said."
Alabama requires all vendors to certify that they aren`t using illegal labor, and in sending a contrract to the Tams-Witmark Music Library, [Contact them] they would have included a standard form, which the company refused to sign, apparently on "principle." The company isn`t talking:
"The Manhattan-based company declined comment. “We don’t discuss our business,” said chairman Robert Hut."