Arizona’s new immigration law has become a deciding factor for some prospective students this year.
One hundred and ninety new citizens waved miniature American flags, celebrating their new status during the 22nd Annual Fiesta of Independence naturalization ceremony.
Forty-five percent of Arizona voted for Barack Obama to be president ... Now, more than two-thirds of Arizonans are supporting, depending who you ask, a very conservative, racist or unconstitutional immigration measure.
Gov. Jan Brewer signed controversial immigration Senate Bill 1070 into law Friday afternoon while protesters stormed the Arizona Capitol.
Immigration rally at the capitol grows after Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signs Senate Bill 1070 into law.
Before chaining themselves to the doors of the State Capitol on Tuesday, nine college students — seven of them from ASU — knew their actions would likely lead them to a jail cell down the road.
Arizona might not be the leader in a lot of things, but if a bill passed by the state House of Representatives Tuesday is signed by Gov. Jan Brewer, the state might just take the lead on extremely tough — not to mention extremely contentious — immigration policy.
Arizona’s idea of sweeping immigration reform only sweeps problems under the rug and creates new ones. The bill leaves the possibility for racial profiling and does not fund its mandates.