Arizona Business Owner on Immigration Law

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We heard from Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano Thursday on the state's new immigration law, which penalizes businesses for knowingly hiring illegal immigrants.

Mac Magruder, owner of several McDonald's franchises in the Phoenix area, talks with Madeleine Brand about how the new law will affect the state's businesses.

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