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The legal battle against Arizona's harsh SB 1070 immigration law will continue in 2013 although the future of the section of the measure prohibiting housing or transportin continue reading »
The Tucson Unified School District has been given 60 days to adhere to a new state law that no longer allows classes like Mexican-American studies to be taught. continue reading »
Outside Arizona Senator John McCain’s Washington D.C. office, six undocumented students staged an all-day sit-in with a plan to get the senator to give a statement in support of the DREAM Act. continue reading »
One of the largest Hispanic chambers of commerce has stated its opposition to an Arizona-type legislation recently filed in the state legislature. At the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (RGVHCC) Legislative “Report Card” Dinner continue reading »
The Federal Court today has dismissed a challenge to SB 1070 that was filed by Tucson Police Officer Martin Escobar. Escobar ‘s suit claimed that SB 1070 violates numerous constitutional rights and would also interfere with the Polices ability to enforce the laws in predominantly Hispanic Communities. continue reading »