Alabama Bishops feel vindicated over immigration law

Greg Garrision reports in on the reactions of the three Bishops who opposed the Alabama legislation’s law that outlawed contact with people living in the country illegally.

“Our concern was primarily the infringement on the obligation of the church to take care of people regardless of their status,” said retired Episcopal Bishop Henry N. Parsley, who still lives in Birmingham. “I feel like our concerns have been upheld by the court process.”

The Supreme Court declined to hear Alabama’s appeal of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that blocked some of the law.

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