May 20, 2010
Former state Sen. Scott Pruitt — a candidate for Oklahoma attorney general — plans to announce on Thursday that, if elected, he will sue the federal government for all expenses his state incurs as a result of illegal immigration, Fox News has learned.
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The campaign promise comes on the heels of a tough, new law aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration in Arizona and is sure to rile federal officials who have harshly criticized the Arizona law.
Pruitt, a minor league baseball team owner, is facing former Gov. Frank Keating’s son-in-law, Ryan Leonard, in the primary.
Pruitt plans a promise to “hold the federal government accountable for all expenses the state incurs,” campaign consultant Terry Allen told Fox News, including in jails, schools, medical facilities and more.
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