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Thursday, June 24, 2010

More states to adopt Arizona-style immigration reform?

If the federal government won't tackle immigration reform, it looks like state authorities will, the Washington Post reports. Everyone knows about Arizona's new law, passed several weeks ago, but the Post says that five other states -- South Carolina, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Michigan -- are considering something very similar. That's not counting other immigration bills, 107 by one count, passed in 34 states. (That aren't as tough as Arizona's, or that -- in some cases -- offer protection to illegal immigrants.)

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