Comment: AZ Bill Before Supreme Court -
With Arizona's SB-1070 set to be argued before the Supreme Court tomorrow, CNN offers an article that puts a human face on each side of the equation. Supporters feel this law embodies an "attrition through enforcement" doctrine that will reduce the number of undocumented individuals within the state, while detractors argue it leads to racial profiling and exacerbates existing race-related tensions. Share your thoughts on the bill or predictions on the Court's ruling with us at email@example.com and continue reading here.
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Bloggings: Republican extremism targets Americans, not only immigrants by Roger Algase
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