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There's No Ethnic Profiling in Arizona S.B. 1070?

In A League of Their Own, Coach Jimmy Dugan, (played by Tom Hanks), chastises one of the Rockford Peaches after a botched play, saying, "Are you crying? There's no crying. There's no crying in baseball." As Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, Jr. stepped up to the plate in Wednesday's oral arguments......
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