Politics & Government

January 3, 2011

Arizona-style immigration reform leaves S.C. law enforcers with questions

South Carolina law enforcement officials say they want to know how a proposed state immigration law would work, adding they are unsure they have the resources to enforce it. Legislators will consider an Arizona-style immigration bill, requiring law enforcement officers to check the residency status of suspected illegal immigrants, when their next session begins Jan. 11.

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