Thursday, July 22, 2010

Latino Group Supports Arizona's Immigration Law

Latino Group Supports Arizona's Immigration Law


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    Latino Group Supports Arizona's Immigration Law


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    PHOENIX - A Latino group comes out in support of Arizona's immigration law.
    The Arizona Latino Republican Association is the first Hispanic organization to publicly challenge the lawsuit by the U.S. Department of Justice - and to show its support for SB 1070.
    "The other organization..I'll call them..the social justice groups of the left wing..they threw out this verbage..racism, discrimination, nazis..they're just trying to drum up fear amongst the public and the sad thing..if we live in a society where nobody reads anymore, they're spoon fed by TV and that's why I'm challenging..to pick up the bill and read it and not believe the rhetoric coming out from the left." said Jesse Hernandez, the A.L.R.A's chairman.
    The group says it supports the law because it does no more than the federal law already allows.

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    Crowds protest outside SB1070 hearing in Phoenix


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    Seven people were arrested as they blocked traffic at 4th Avenue and Washington Street, holding a sign reading, "Stop SB1070: We Will not Comply." The street was cordoned off in front of the courthouse and police dressed in riot gear.
    According to Phoenix Police spokesman Steve Martos, the protesters were told they had two hours to protest and were then told to disperse. When they didn't the seven were taken into custody without incident.
    The protesters said they want to show civil disobedience and even if the law goes into effect they won't comply.
    Some supporters of the law waved signs and clutched American flags, and about a half dozen had handguns hanging from their hips.

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    Debbi MacNicol, a 55-year-old Phoenix psychiatric nurse who carried a gun on her hip and wore a T-shirt that read "Don't Tread on Me," said she supports the law because she fears Mexico's drug war will spill over into Arizona.
    "It wasn't as much an issue until it started putting our lives at risk," she said.
    Renee Taylor also showed her support for the law with a sign.
    "The illegals need to come here legally," Taylor said.

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    FOX News Reporter: Arizona is Supported


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    PHOENIX - FOX News Channel reporter William LaJeunesse is in Arizona to cover the Arizona immigration law, and he gives us his opinion of how Arizona is perceived among other states.
    He says that immigration is not an Arizona issue, but a national issue, and that Arizona has become the scapegoat by passing this law.
    He says that national polls show that the majority of Americans are with Arizona.
    FOX 10's John Hook asks the questions.

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