The federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency recently declared that no illegal immigrant is immune from arrest, signaling a widespread crackdown that hasn’t been see during the past two presidential administrations. This is particularly significant for Georgia, home to the country’s seventh largest illegal alien population, estimated at 375,000.

Timothy Pratt of Atlanta, a writer for The Atlantic Weekly, writes: 

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