April 27, 2010

Arizona's anti-immigration law draws protests, boycott vows

California Latino rights activists and attorneys are leading a charge against a new Arizona law they say violates federal law and will inevitably lead to racial profiling. The law, which requires all Arizona police officers to demand proof of legal status if they have a reasonable suspicion that a person is an illegal immigrant is slated to take effect 90 days after Arizona's current legislative session.

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