The Alabama Anti-immigration Bill was the topic for discussion at this week’s Auburn Ministerial Association meeting, as reported by this article:

the group’s members expressed adamant opposition to the law as it is written, even seeking to present a resolution opposing the law before Auburn City Council members. . . .

The group discussed plans to draft a resolution to be presented before the Auburn City Council, and plans to extend an invitation to Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard, R-Auburn, a supporter of the law, to attend the next Auburn Ministerial Association meeting.

Perhaps Republican Speaker Hubbard will respond to his constituents request and declare to these minister what he was reported to have said in another venue:

“I make no apologies for what we passed,” said Hubbard … “I’m proud of what we passed. We did it for the right reasons. We have more bills like that coming. We’re just getting started.”