Here's the full text of Georgia's Senate Bill 529.
I gave the full text a quick gander. Some of the things it seems to require are:
- public employers, contractors, or subcontractors of 500 or more employees to comply (on or after July 1, 2007) with the federal statutes regarding the employment of non-citizens. Fortunately they'll be able to find some guidance about that here.
A year after that it will apply to employers with more than 100 employees and a year after that all employees.
I suppose that is all reasonable enough but, umm, why weren't contractor to the Georgia state government always required to meet federal law? Oh, well, nevermind.
- outlaws trafficking in humans for labor or sexual servitude
Maybe I've been away or living under a rock or whatever but didn't we have some little tiff about that sorta thing a while back?
- establish some rules and such for local law enforcement to interface with federal immigration officials and train some folks to do all that
- if they arrest an illegal for a felony or DUI they'll notify federal authorities
of course, Nothing in this Code section shall be construed to deny a person bond or from being released from confinement when such person is otherwise eligible for release
and some other minor stuff but legislation is B-O-R-I-N-G to read.