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Posts Tagged ‘arizona’

The Colorado Independent | Federal court delivers another blow to Arizona immigration law

The Colorado Independent | Federal court delivers another blow to Arizona immigration law

The Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has backed the Obama Administration in its case against SB 1070, the controversial immigration legislation passed by Arizona lawmakers last year. A three-judge panel ruled Monday that Arizona District Judge [...]

Center for American Progress | What are the economic effects of Arizona’s immigration law?

Center for American Progress | What are the economic effects of Arizona’s immigration law?

How is Arizona's immigration law affecting its economy? Watch Angela Kelley from the Center for American Progress.

Boulder Does the Right(s) Thing

Boulder Does the Right(s) Thing

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759 I love this quotation.  It runs through my head each time I am [...]

CSMonitor.com | Arizona immigration law: Can city boycotts work?

CSMonitor.com |  Arizona immigration law: Can city boycotts work?

It’s a long, laborious, and ultimately costly gesture, economists warn, but more US cities are joining the pile-on of boycotts designed to sock Arizona for its tough new immigration policy. The Arizona immigration law, requiring police to [...]