GA: 'People are trembling' over state's new immigration law HB87... [This PROVES attrition through enforcement works!] A lot of them are going back to Mexico...business at the bus station has picked up in the past two months as illegal aliens leave town for other states or their homes in Mexico. When asked why, Regina says "the ley," the law on the minds of most in the local Latino community.
Outside the bus station, 18-year-old Armando Ramirez tells a story of a friend who, in fear and anticipation of GA's new immigration policy, recently sold his car for enough money to move to Washington. His friend chose the Pacific Northwest, because it isn't close to the border, it's "more peaceful" and much easier to get a driver's license. (LOOK OUT WASHINGTON STATE!)