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Tag Results for "Arizona Sb 1070"

USHCC: SB1070 Ruling by Supreme Court Shows Arizona Overstepped Its Bounds

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) today announced its disappointment with the Supreme Court's mixed decision on the Arizona im continue reading »

Latino Media Outlets Announce Plans For Unprecedented 30-minute Program On U.S. Supreme Court Ruling

"Hoy Somos Arizona" to roadblock regularly scheduled programming and air simultaneously on dozens of TV and radio outlets in Arizona and nationwide - A new chapter will be written in Arizona's history on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 when 23 media continue reading »

States Pick Side in Arizona Immigration Debate before Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court case over Arizona’s latest anti-immigration law, scheduled for a hearing next week, hinges largely on the question of where states’ power over immigration ends and federal power begins. But in a sign of how contentious the case is, many states are supporting the federal government instead of Arizona. continue reading »

Court Criticizes Sheriff Arpaio’s Pink Underwear for Inmates Practice

Known to be ‘America’s toughest sheriff,’ Joe Arpaio’s policy of dressing Arizona inmates in pink underwear has recently come under scrutiny after a mentally ill inmate believed he was being raped by prison officials attempting to dress him. continue reading »

JUST IN: Arizona Law Punishing Businesses for Hiring Illegal Immigrants is Upheld

The U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-3 vote has upheld Arizona’s four-year old law that allows the state to punish businesses that hired illegal immigrants. continue reading »

Lady Gaga Takes on Stand on Immigration with her Americano Song (VIDEO)

While in Mexico City for two concerts Lady Gaga brought up the issues of immigration and her opposition to strict anti-immigration songs. At a news conference yesterday, in the Mexican capital city, she spoke of her opposition to Arizona’s SB 1070. continue reading »

US Court of Appeals Agrees: Portions of AZ SB 1070 Should NOT Go into Effect

Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has agreed in its ruling that portions of Arizona’s anti-immigrant legislation, SB 1070, should have been stopped. continue reading »

Va. Immigrant Population Reduced by Arizona-like Policy

A study of Prince William County, Va.’s Arizona-style immigration policy has revealed that the policy lowered the number of illegal immigrants in the county, but failed to bring any conclusive evidence on the effect on violent crime. continue reading »

In Spite of Pending Court Case Most Arizona Voters Continue to Support SB1070

Arizona voters are still bullish about the state’s new immigration law despite the U.S. Justice Department’s ongoing legal challenge. Sixty-one percent (61%) of the state’s voters still favor the new law, while 34% are opposed to it. continue reading »

Most Voters Feel U.S. Government Encourages Illegal Immigration

Voters feel more strongly than ever that the federal government is encouraging illegal immigration and that states like Arizona have the answer to the problem. continue reading »