The governments of Alabama, Florida, Texas, New Hampshire, and sixteen other states have all told Obama that they do not want the Islamic immigrants coming into their states. The other states include, according to one report:
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Florida Governor Rick Scott says the Florida Department of Children and Families will not support requests for the relocation of up to 425 possible Syrian refugees in the state.
Because the state doesn’t have the authority to prevent the federal government from funding relocation even without state support he is calling on the U.S. Congress for help.
Governor Scott wants federal lawmakers to prevent President Obama and his administration from using federal tax dollars to fund the relocation of up to 425 Syrian refugees “without an extensive evaluation of the risk these individuals may pose to our national security.”
Scott isn’t the only governor voicing opposition to Syrian refugees.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott today ordered his state’s refugee resettlement program not to accept any more Syrians. And he’s urging the White House to scrap federal plans to accept more Syrian refugees into the country.
Fellow Republican Gov. Robert Bentley of Alabama said yesterday he would refuse Syrian refugees relocating to the state, since it would put citizens “in harm’s way.”
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal — a GOP presidential contender — said he wants more information from the White House “in hopes that the night of horror in Paris is not duplicated here.” He’s demanding to know how many Syrian refugees have been resettled in his state.
In Arkansas, Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson tweeted a statement today, saying he opposes Syrian refugees being relocated to his state.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder had been welcoming refugees to Michigan, which has a large Arab-American population. But he said yesterday that the state is postponing efforts to accept refugees until federal officials fully review security procedures and clearances.