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House Bill 1727

House Bill 1727

ARCHIVE (2007)

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Enforcement of federal immigration and customs laws. Requires the superintendent of the state police department to: (1) negotiate terms of a memorandum of understanding concerning a pilot project for the enforcement of federal immigration and customs laws; and (2) designate appropriate police employees to be trained pursuant to the memorandum of understanding. Requires: (1) the superintendent and governor, unless otherwise required by the applicable federal agency, to sign the memorandum of understanding on behalf of the state; and (2) the state police department to apply for federal funding for the costs associated with training the police employees. Provides that a police employee certified as trained may enforce the federal immigration and customs laws.
Current Status:
 In Committee - first House
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