What's Next In The Arizona Immigration Fight


Ted Robbins, national desk correspondent, NPR
Gabriel Jack Chin, professor, University of Arizona
Jennifer Allen, executive director, Border Action Network
Larry Talvy, marshal, Tombstone, Ariz.

Arizona's controversial new immigration law takes effect Thursday, without many of the toughest requirements. A federal judge blocked portions of SB 1070 that require police officers to verify a person's status when there is reasonable suspicion that he or she may be an undocumented immigrant.



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