The now internationally famous 10-page Arizona law, which essentially says that Arizona law-enforcement officials have a right and a duty to enforce federal immigration laws and arrest illegal aliens when they encounter them in the course of carrying out their duties. The reason these critics are so "disturbed" by the law is not its questionable constitutionality, because those arguments, which are likely to come the U.S. District Court, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court very soon, have already been made and found wanting in previous court cases filed by the same group of likely plaintiffs in Arizona who opposed Proposition 200, Protect Arizona Now.
Arizona: Read Our Immigration Law! Randy Pullen Human Events; May 31, 2010; 66, 20; Docstoc pg. 1 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner
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