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GOP pushes 'economic terrorism' bills in 18 states to discourage protests

After watching protests erupt around the country against police shootings, tougher immigration laws, and the Trump administration, Arizona state Sen. John Kavanagh reportedly came to a conclusion: “This stuff is all planned” by “ideologues” and “anarchists,” he told the Arizona Capitol Times. Show More Summary

Arizona Sheriff Releasing 400 Criminal Illegal Immigrants Every 10 Days

Judicial Watch: An average of 400 “criminal illegal immigrants” are being released every 10 days by the newly elected sheriff in Arizona’s most populous county, federal law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch, many of them violent offenders. It’s part of Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone’s new policy to protect illegal aliens, even those who have […]

'We have laws': Trump supporters in Arizona cheer new guidelines on deportation

last monthNews : USAToday: News

White House directives placing most of the nation's millions of undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation drew praise Tuesday from Ariz...        

Arizona sheriff who replaced Arpaio ends practice of holding immigrants past release date

last monthNews : The Raw Story

The law officer who replaced ousted Maricopa Country Sheriff Joe Arpaio said he will no longer hold immigrants who have served their time past their release dates for immigration officials. Arpaio, who lost re-election in November while under federal investigation has long been a foe of...

Phoenix faces Arizona law that bars sanctuary-city status

As some cities reaffirm support for sanctuary policies that protect immigrants, Phoenix finds itself in an unusual position to push back against any immigration actions by the new White House. … Click to Continue »

Supporters in Arizona rally behind woman deported in Trump immigration crackdown

Arizona immigration activists prodded Phoenix politicians and law enforcement to declare the city a sanctuary for immigrants in the country illegally after a mother of two U.S. citizens was deported early Thursday morning.  Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, 36, was deported to Nogales, Mexico, early Thursday,...

Laws used to justify Ariz. sheriff's raids upheld

4 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Two-year lawsuit claimed Arizona’s identity-theft statutes targeted immigrant workers.        

Trump's Possible Homeland Security Secretary Flashes Horrifying Immigration Plan

4 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

Kris Kobach, the controversial Secretary of State of Kansas known for designing a largely unconstitutional Arizona immigration law, met with president-elect Donald Trump on Sunday. We now know he was there to discuss his plans for what a department of homeland security might look like under a secretary Kobach and what some of those plans might be. Show More Summary

Joe Arpaio's criminal charge reshapes Arizona sheriff's race

The tough-talking sheriff of metro Phoenix has won six elections by crafting an image as a law enforcer who targets parents skipping out on child support, animal abusers and immigrants … Click to Continue »

Justice Department to Charge Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio for Contempt of Court Over His Immigration Law Enforcement

6 months agoNews : Reason

A criminal case against the notorious Joe Arpaio, sheriff of Arizona's Maricopa county, will lead to a criminal contempt charge against him, the U.S. Department of Justice announced today. The judge in the case, U.S. District Judge Susan...Show More Summary

Deal Is Reached On Arizona's Hardline Immigration Law, After 6-Year Fight

6 months agoNews : The Two-Way

Often called the "show me your papers" law, Arizona's SB1070 sparked protests, boycotts, and lawsuits after it was signed into law in 2010.

Arizona's once-feared immigration law, SB 1070, loses most of its power in settlement

Arizona has announced an end to its practice of requiring police officers to demand the papers of people suspected of being in the country illegally — a move that pulls the last set of teeth from what was once the nation’s most fearsome immigration law. The announcement on Thursday came as part...

Trump: New immigration laws will be enforced

What did we learn about Donald Trump’s position on immigration from his speech in Arizona on Wednesday night? Robert Costa, Hugh Hewitt and and Maria Teresa...

CNN strategist: Joe Arpaio advising Trump on immigration law — ‘the man is a national disgrace’

7 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Hillary Clinton surrogate Maria Cardona takes issue with notorious Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio advising Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. In the last week, Trump has confused running mate Mike Pence, surrogates, spokesperson, journalists and even other Republicans trying to understand...

Stop confusing anti-immigration and anti- illegal immigration

To the editor: While reading your editorial about the Los Angeles City Council’s failed boycott of the state of Arizona, I came across a glaring editing mistake. (“Outrage over Arizona's immigration law was justified, but L.A.'s boycott proved to be a farce,” editorial, June 27) You wrote that...

Outrage over Arizona's immigration law was justified, but L.A.'s boycott proved to be a farce

9 months agoHealth : LA Times: Health

A boycott can be a powerful form of political protest, inflicting economic damage in an effort to influence behavior.  There is a long list of boycotts throughout history that have helped right injustices: Economic and cultural sanctions on South Africa helped bring down that government’s repressive...

Should L.A. roll back its 'so-called boycott' on Arizona?

Six years ago, Los Angeles lawmakers decided to bar employees from traveling to Arizona on city business, avoiding the state in reaction to a hotly contested law targeting illegal immigration. They also urged city departments to refrain from entering into contracts with Arizona businesses. But...

Should L.A. roll back its 'so-called boycott' on Arizona?

9 months agoHealth : LA Times: Health

Six years ago, Los Angeles lawmakers decided to bar employees from traveling to Arizona on city business, avoiding the state in reaction to a hotly contested law targeting illegal immigration. They also urged city departments to refrain from entering into contracts with Arizona businesses. But...

Rethinking Arizona's Identity Theft Laws

On May 2, a federal court in Arizona allowed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to continue his workplace raids to search for undocumented immigrants using false identities to work. In the wake of this decision, we should reconsider how we define identity theft. Show More Summary

Trump Surrogate ‘Sheriff Joe’ Arpaio Busted for Racial Profiling

Arizona’s self-proclaimed enforcer of immigration laws may soon find himself behind bars after a federal judge rules that his office engaged in systematic racial harassment of his state’s Latino population.

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