An Arizona state House committee on Friday will hold a hearing on a bill that could jail undocumented immigrants if they use public restrooms or other public resources like schools or roads.
The Committee on Federal and State Affairs will consider Republican state Rep. Carl Seel's (R) House Bill 2192 that would require people who use public resources to provide proof that they are in the U.S. legally or provide proof of citizenship.
When interviewed today before the 2:00 hearing committee hearing on his bill, Rep. Seel said that, "before they have to urinate the illegal's should self-deport."
Reporters followed him down the corridor outside the hearing room where he attempted to enter into the Men's restroom. However, immigrant rights activists who waved cardboard cut outs of toilet seats in his face barred the doors.
"Let me in please, I've really got to go. It's really bad, Jesus!" he pleaded.
Rep. Seel was not able to attend the afternoon hearings.