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The political impact of Monday's Supreme Court ruling that three of four provisions of Arizona's immigration enforcement law are unconstitutional and that a fourth could eventually be found to be certainly appeared, at first blush, to be a
The Supreme Court has effectively rubberstamped racial profiling in Arizona. Although the justices have struck down many provisions of the law, they have upheld the despicable "Papers, please" provision that allows police to profile
Led the effort at the Arizona Legislature to get the state's immigration law passed. Background: While serving in the Legislature, Pearce tapped into voter frustration over the state's role as the busiest hub for illegal entries
She is set to appear before Cobb County State Court Judge Kathryn J...The judge will determine whether Colotl, now 24 and working as a paralegal assistant, has to serve the remaining 11 or so hours of a three-day sentence she received for a November
Police agencies that would enforce the most controversial part of Arizona's 2010 immigration law are expected to get squeezed by legal challenges from opposite sides if the U.S. Supreme Court upholds the law in the coming days.
Police agencies that would enforce the most controversial part of Arizona's 2010 immigration law are expected to get squeezed by legal challenges from opposite sides if the U.S...Opponents of the Arizona law, known as SB1070, are likely to sue police
Arizona's governor has ordered a state training board to redistribute a training video on the state's controversial immigration law to all law enforcement agencies. The move on Tuesday comes ahead of an expected ruling from the U.
Act affirms a key disagreement between the two parties: whether young undocumented immigrants should have a chance to become U.S. citizens. The Studying Towards Residency Status Act, introduced on Wednesday by Rep. David Rivera of Florida , would
Ramirez (pictured at her Fair Haven home) and her fellow workers voted 47 to 2 Thursday to ratify a new three-year contract at the downtown hotel. Half of the 100 Omni workers with membership in UniteHere Local 217 participated in the vote, which
The move reflects the Obama administration's recent efforts to crack down on high-risk or violent illegal immigrants as opposed to those with clean records. Meanwhile, the US Supreme Court is still deciding whether to uphold Arizona's immigration law.