Virginia county knows what the Arizona immigration law will accomplish

A lot and all of it good, according to Price William County officials. For three years, Prince William County near Washington D.C. has had on its books a law similar to Arizona's anti-illegal immigration law. It resulted in lower crime and fewer babies born without insurance. 

How about racial profiling, the thing that immigration activists assure us will happen. In Prince William County, there's not one case in three years. 

Hat tip to NewsAlert.

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