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April 21, 2010
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Ariz. bill tells police to check immigration status

Opponents say bill will foster racial profiling

CNN.com

PHOENIX — The Arizona state Senate on Monday passed an extensive immigration bill that is widely considered to be some of the toughest immigration legislation in the nation, requiring police officers to determine whether a person is in the United States legally.

Currently, officers can only take that route if a person is suspected in another crime. Critics, including immigrant advocates and the ACLU of Arizona, are concerned the new law will foster racial profiling, arguing that most police officers don't have enough training to look past race while investigating a person's legal status.

Full story: Ariz. bill tells police to check immigration status






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