Essay heading: A Moral Dilemma: Should Health Care And Public Education Is Granted To Illegal Immigrants?

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{Powell, 92} Twelve years after the Pleyer v. Doe case, anti-illegal immigration rights activists in California introduced an amendment called Proposition 187. This bill would create a system that would verify the legal status of those seeking public education, nonemergency medical care, and social services and deny those who were illegally in the country {Rosenblum, 367}...
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Even though the proposition passed with 59% of the vote, it never went into effect. In 1995, U.S. district judge Mariana Pfaelzer ruled that the ban on elementary and high school education for illegal immigrants was unconstitutional because it violated the 1982 Pleyer v. Doe case. Two years later, Pfaelzer concluded that Proposition 187 was not constitutional on its face citing that it was not the job of the state to regulate immigration: California is powerless to enact its own legislation scheme to regulate immigration...
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