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Michael E. Lee, Attorney at Law

Michael Lee has a law practice in Huntsville (AL)
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200 Westside Square Suite 803, Huntsville, AL 35801
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    Madison: Huntsville
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    My immigration reform/enforcement views often mischaracterized (Joey Kennedy)
    al.com What we do support is compassion in immigration enforcement, and a complete, comprehensive reform of our national immigration laws to reflect the reality of today. We do oppose the overreach and heavy-handedness of Alabama's immigration law, HB56, ... more »
    Sessions: Special interests behind immigration bill 'not in touch with the ...
    Daily Caller Republican Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions calls the special interests behind the “Gang of Eight” immigration reform bill “masters of the universe.” “They're in the glass towers and Wall Street, and they make money by the hundreds of millions of dollars ... more »
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