Top GOPer: Calderon 'crossed the line' by criticizing Ariz. law

Fabian, Jordan; Zimmerman, Eric
May 2010
Hill;5/20/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 56, p24
The article reports that Mexican President Felipe Calderon crossed the line when he criticized the emigration law of Arkansas and warned its citizens not to travel, hence, interfering the internal affairs of the U.S.


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