Thursday, June 3, 2010

Immigration Law Divides Arizona City

VOAVideo: Immigration Law Divides Arizona City

June 04, 2010 — A law intended to curb illegal immigration is to take effect in (the state of) Arizona in late July and is generating controversy across the United States. Recent polls indicate a majority of Americans, including those in Arizona, support the new law which requires non-citizens to carry documents that show that they are legally in the country. It also requires Arizona police to question people if there is reason to believe they are in the US illegally. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Tucson, Arizona that both sides in the debate say it's up to Washington to settle the immigration issue

VOANews: Obama, Arizona Governor Meet on Immigration, Controversial State Law

US President Barack Obama meets with Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, US Immigration Law, Arizona Immigration Law

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