Immigration

Obama Ramps Up Criticism Of Arizona Immigration Law

President Barack Obama stepped up his criticism of Arizona's controversial immigration law Wednesday, calling it "misdirected" and warning that it has the potential to be applied in a discriminatory fashion.
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Study: Illegal immigration cost Arizona $2.7 billion in 2009.
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Border Cattle Inspection Station Reopens

U.S. agriculture officials have reopened a cattle importation station that had been closed for six weeks due to increased violence in northern Mexico.
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Farmers: Immigration Reform Needed For Ag Workers

Even during the recession, foreign workers harvested vegetables, milked cows and picked apples on many U.S. farms, doing work that farmers say Americans don't want to do.
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Customs Official Says Immigration Reform Will Be Tough

Americans agree on a need to overhaul immigration laws but lack consensus on what should be done, the head of the Customs and Border Protection agency said Thursday. Alan Bersin, the agency's commissioner, said it will require "an act of political leadership" to find common ground.
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Obama Seeks 2010 Immigration Reform

President Barack Obama said Wednesday he wants to begin work this year on legislation overhauling the nation's immigration system, firming up his commitment on a key priority for Latino voters and lawmakers.
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Official: Mayor Can't Challenge Arizona Immigration Law

A proposed legal challenge to Arizona's new immigration law took a hit Monday when the Phoenix city attorney said Mayor Phil Gordon doesn't have the power to target the law without the support of the City Council.
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Jolley: In Defense Of SB1070, Arizona’s Attempt To Defend Its Southern Border

Let’s get something straight. SB1070 was not passed as a back door approach to bigotry and racial profiling, even though its primary author has been accused of those sins. I know a lot of people will howl at that statement.

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How Arizona Became Center Of Immigration Debate

The frustration had been building for years in Arizona with every drug-related kidnapping, every home invasion, every "safe house" discovered crammed with illegal immigrants from Mexico.

The tensions finally spilled over this month with passage of the nation's toughest law against illegal immigration, a measure that has put Arizona at the center of the heated debate over how to deal with the millions of people who sneak into the U.S. every year.
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Arizona Senatorial Candidate J.D. Hayworth on the passing of new immigration laws and its impact on the state.
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Jolley: A Correction On The Arizona Cattlemen’s Association Position On Arizona’s Immigration Bill

Patrick A Bray, Deputy Director of Government Affairs for the Arizona Cattlemen's Association, sent a note clarifying a statement I made in my article about that state's immigration bill. To read the original article, click here.
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