Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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DIGEST

Enforcement of federal immigration laws. Provides that a person lawfully domiciled within Indiana may file a complaint with the attorney general, if the person believes that a county, city, town, or township (unit) is violating the law regarding the unit's duties concerning citizenship and immigration status information and enforcement of the federal immigration laws. Provides that if the attorney general determines that the complaint is not false or frivolous: (1) the attorney general shall report this determination to the governor, auditor of state, and treasurer of state; and (2) the unit may not receive any state funds, grants, loans, or Enforcement of federal immigration laws. Provides that a person lawfully domiciled within Indiana may file a complaint with the attorney general, if the person believes that a county, city, town, or township (unit) is violating the law regarding the unit's duties concerning citizenship and immigration status information and enforcement of the federal immigration laws. Provides that if the attorney general determines that the complaint is not false or frivolous: (1) the attorney general shall report this determination to the governor, auditor of state, and treasurer of state; and (2) the unit may not receive any state funds, grants, loans, or appropriations until the attorney general determines that the unit's violation has ceased. ... View more