Why Arizona's anti-illegal immigration law makes sense

Francis, David R.
May 2010
Inside Tucson Business;5/24/2010, Vol. 19 Issue 52, p21
The article presents the author's views regarding Arizona's anti-illegal immigration law. It mentions that Arizona has a good case for its new immigration law given the large number of non-Americans who want to live in the U.S. It cites that limits must be placed on immigration to reduce the flooding of foreigners in the nation. The author suggests that despite some oppositions to Arizona's immigration reform, it is gaining allies.


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