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SB 1070 Judge Was Once Almost Deported

One of the judges responsible for deciding whether Arizona will be allowed to enforce its own immigration laws was nearly deported while at college. In 2007, Carlos Bea recounted to fellow judges how he was almost depor continue reading »

New Florida Law Said to Racially Profile

Tallahassee, Florida’s version of the Arizona SB 1070 immigration bill, drafted by Florida State Representative William Snyder, may just clench the title of “Most Racist New Law”. The most odd and seemingly racist part of Snyder’s law is where it says th continue reading »

SB 1070 Causing Stress, Depression

According to medical experts, immigrants are experiencing stress and depression due to the controversial Arizona law SB 1070. United States-Mexico Border Health Commission representative Cecilia Rosales told EFE, ‘From a health standpoint, this law is affecting everyone equally, whether continue reading »

Arizona Has Two Types of “Illegal Immigrants”

With tempers flaring, propaganda flying, and media catching every second of the Arizona immigration controversy, you’d think all immigrants would be hiding and/or steering clear of Arizona all together, but immigrants arriving as refugees are being welcomed and treated rather well despite all the “hoopla”. continue reading »

Supreme Court to Hear Two Cases Regarding Immigration

The October session of the U.S. Supreme Court opened this week, and a case addressing state laws that sanction employers hiring unauthorized workers will be heard. This is first case challenging the recent surge in st continue reading »

Supreme Court to Hear Two Cases Regarding Immigration

The October session of the U.S. Supreme Court opened this week, and a case addressing state laws that sanction employers hiring unauthorized workers will be heard. This is first case challenging the recent surge in st continue reading »

Brewer, Pearce Would See Personal Financial Gain From Arizona Immigration Law

Data collected by the Department of Homeland Security and the Pew Hispanic Center state that illegal crossings into this country have dropped nearly 70 percent since 2000. Yet, despite that statistic, officials like Arizona Governor Jan Brewer are insisting that undocumented workers are pouring into this country. continue reading »