Michelle Malkin posts on a story from Reuters regarding the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act. The law denies many state services to people who are not in the USA legally. It puts in new restrictions on companies doing business with the state, and requires law enforcement to inform immigration officials if illegals are charged with a crime.
This is a great change - with luck, it will be the start of many other states using their own powers to make illegal entry into the USA less attractive. Captain's Quarters also reports on Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty's vow to veto legislation that would allow children of illegals to receive in-state tuition at all Minnesota public universities and colleges.
Too bad that both Georgia and Minnesota aren't along our southern border.