D.A. King of the Dustin Inman Society in Georgia continues his fight to ensure that businesses that hire illegal aliens are not employed by counties in the state. Last year D.A. King filed suit against Cobb County and now Cherokee County may be in his sights. Under the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act authored by state Sen. Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock), the state and localities must ensure that contractors they hire do not employ illegal aliens and they must abide by federal immigration laws and actively help to enforce them.
Here is a report in the Cherokee Tribune on the potential suit after D.A. King had this recent article published in the paper blasting Cherokee county on their lack of action.
Cherokee’s county and city governments may end up in court if they don’t begin verifying citizenship of business license applicants.
An anti-illegal immigration activist, who last year filed suit against the Cobb County government, now is accusing Cherokee’s governments of failing to enforce the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act.
D.A. King, president of the Marietta-based Dustin Inman Society anti-illegal immigration organization, said the law is being violated in Cherokee as officials do not obtain affidavits when they issue or renew business licenses.
D.A. King is a man on a mission AND he gets things done. If you would like to support his actions please donate to the Dustin Inman Society here.