How New Immigration Laws Are Changing States

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Dick Minor, president, Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association
Sen. Gerald Dial, Republican Majority Whip, Alabama state senate
Sam Brooke, attorney, Immigrant Justice Project, Southern Poverty Law Center

Since Arizona passed SB 1070 in 2010, five other states signed similar legislation into law: Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Utah and Indiana. Some of those laws are on hold pending court rulings, but lawmakers in say they've already seen successes, as well as unforeseen consequences.

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