Red State Sending More Illegals Away

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( – Within the next week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to use a special legislative session to further elaborate on the high-profile program that had been used last year to transport dozens of migrants from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. According to the memos that have so far been issued, state legislators are preparing to look through a bill that is based on DeSantis’ executive order that had originally led to the establishment of the “Unauthorized Alien Transport Program.”

The current bill will be a response to the influx of migrants who have been arriving in the Florida Keys. The special session is set to start on Monday, only weeks after hundreds of Cuban and Haitian migrants arrived at the Florida Keys by using handmade vessels.

GOP state Sen. Blaise Ingoglia will be sponsoring the new legislation, which would establish the program within the Division of Emergency Management.

Senate President Kathleen Passidomo, a Republican, also pointed out that the bill would be essential for the transportation of unauthorized migrants who have been released into the country by federal authorities.

The bill by Ingoglia is not going to be the only bill and issue that state legislators will need to examine. They are also going to have to look into Disney’s special governing district, which DeSantis has been trying to bring completely under direct state control. This was after DeSantis and Disney got into an altercation related to the law that banned all discussions of gender and sexual orientation in schools for kindergarten through third grade.


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