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The State Press

Editorial: Running against raids

Americans agree, largely, that there is a problem with the current immigration system and much like the health care system, have no idea how to fix it. Is it the job of a sheriff or of the federal government to come up with the solution?

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Protesters of the immigration bill SB1070 gathered in downtown Phoenix. Photo by Joe Schmidt.

A New Perspective

After a lecture from an ASU professor, a team of student researchers from Holland moved to Arizona to study the controversial SB 1070 with a fresh set of eyes.

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The State Press

Militia bill takes away from education

The Arizona legislature has proposed a bill that would fund a militia to patrol the border. The bill takes away from our education system and fails to address the problem of illegal immigration.

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SB 1070: One year later

Far from fading into the background, SB 1070 remains a top priority for both student activists protesting the law and elected officials seeking to protect it.

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The State Press

The Ariz. brain drain

Arizona’s college-educated residents are leaving their home state, thus producing a vacuum of talent needed to seduce large corporations to station their offices in the state.

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The State Press

Ready for Republican responsibility

Republican legislators have proposed funding a $5 million anti-smuggling unit instead of funding transplants for nearly 100 Arizonans. Legislators should employ simple solutions to fund both efforts.

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The State Press

Arizona’s lack of priorities

Arizona lawmakers would rather focus on immigration than the more imminent and pressing issues that face citizens, like high taxes from a large budget deficit.

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