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Ariz. Immigration Policy Sets off Polarizing Debate

City workers in San Francisco and St. Paul can no longer take business trips to Arizona. A professor who helped write Arizona's new immigration law says his phone hasn't stopped ringing. The White House is planning a strategy to combat the new law even as legislators in other states propose copycat bills.

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Arizona Immigration Crackdown Raises Flags

The first lawsuits in a planned wave of legal challenges to the controversial Arizona immigration law were filed Thursday in Phoenix and Tucson, as a volatile national debate stretched from street protests to the courts.

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Baseball, Tourism Caught in Boycott of Arizona Law

Immigration rights activists called on baseball fans on Tuesday to stay home from Arizona Diamondbacks games as part of a broad economic boycott to protest a statewide crackdown on illegal immigration signed into law in Arizona.

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Arizona Immigration Law Creating Controversy in Congress

ImageA new law in Arizona is causing a lot of controversy across the country. It allows law enforcement officials to question detainees about their immigration status if there is "reasonable suspicion" that the person may be in the country illegally. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg explains why immigration reform may be the next big struggle for the Obama administration. Plus, what role is the Coast Guard playing in cleaning up the last week’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? To find out, listen to the interview.

 

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