Almost two years ago to the day, activists in Arizona assembled in front of the state capitol in Phoenix to protest SB 1070, the harsh immigration law that the Supreme Court heard oral arguments about on Wednesday. The activists' 100-day vigil signaled a growing political awakening of Arizona's Latino residents—a shift that could affect the outcome of this year's election and many more to come.
Pro-illegal immigration protesters threaten police in Arizona. Protesters interact with police during a demonstration outside the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona April 23, 2010 in protest of an immigration law signed by Ar... Read Post
Sometimes referred to as the “Papers Please” law, Arizona’s SB 1070 is the state law that requires local officials to check immigration status where reasonable suspicion exists that a person might be an illegal alien. Federal Distri... Read Post
Harsh illegal immigration laws in Arizona and Alabama are making it harder for Washington state's apple growers to find workers. Amanda Peterson Beadle warns that local immigration laws have far-reaching affects: The Supreme Court h... Read Post