Arizona Begins Denying Benefits to the Undocumented

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Beginning Thursday, state workers in Arizona are required to deny some welfare benefits to people who cannot prove they are in this country legally. On Wednesday, a federal judge lifted a restraining order against the state's controversial proposition. NPR's Ted Robbins reports.



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