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State Immigration Laws No Problem For DHS
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April 06, 2012, 03:29 AM
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Janet Reno Napolitano has admitted that tough State immigration laws have had no negative impact on the DHS mission nor have they interfered with outreach or developing sources in the immigrant community.

Arizona Daily Star April 5, 2012

Napolitano: Arizona’s SB1070 Won’t Hurt Terrorism Intel

PHOENIX — Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says she doesn’t believe tough state immigration laws will prevent federal and state officials from gathering information they need to discover terrorism or other threats...

Napolitano says she believes outreach efforts by local officials and the availability of special federal visas for crime victims and witnesses will keep the information flowing.

There we have it, straight from the horse`s mouth.  There is no appreciable negative impact from State enforcement efforts, contrary to the claims from the radical left that illegal aliens would not be cooperating with the FBI and local police.  Case closed.  Let`s get back to enforcement.