Arizona immigration law revised: backtracking or fine-tuning?
Published on Mon, May 03, 2010
Arizona’s controversial immigration law was revised over the weekend. The changes, specifying that police may only question the immigration status of those they suspect of being in the country illegally if they have already stopped them for a different reason, represent a state backtrack that critics are latching onto.
Published in the The Christian Science Monitor | Read Article
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