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Arizona Seeks Reimbursement for Immigrant Criminals

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Arizona Seeks Reimbursement for Immigrant Criminals

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Arizona Seeks Reimbursement for Immigrant Criminals

Arizona Seeks Reimbursement for Immigrant Criminals

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Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano recently demanded federal reimbursement for the cost of incarcerating illegal aliens convicted of crimes. She and other Western governors have argued that states shouldn't have to pay for gaps in federal immigration policy. NPR's Ted Robbins reports.

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