Perspectives on the Arizona Immigration Law


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Political Science 123
19 October 2010
Perspectives on the Arizona Immigration Law
Illegal immigration has been one of the hottest debate topics in recent memory and the recent Arizona Immigration Law, Arizona SB 1070, has shown how many Americans are ready for illegal immigration reform. SB 1070 allows Arizona law enforcement to arrest individuals they consider to be illegal aliens. Their mandate includes enforcement conducted on motor vehicles, dubious potential employers of illegal aliens, and also allows law enforcement officers to question anyone they consider could potentially be an illegal alien. The federal government is now locked in a battle with the state of Arizona...
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