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For nearly a decade now, Arizona politics has been defined by the struggle to stop illegal immigration.
For the past few years, the focus has largely been on pushing for strong “internal enforcement” policies that would make it harder for illegal immigrants to continue living in the state.
SB1070 passed almost two years ago, but additional policies that would alter how schools and hospitals deal with illegal immigrants failed to pass through the Legislature last year.
This year appears to be different, with the focus shifting to the Mexican border in a new way.
A set of bills currently moving through the Legislature would aim to put a volunteer militia on the watch near the Mexican border and begin the enormous project of building a new fence on our southern border.
SB1083 is the bill that would fund a volunteer border militia.
A law created last … Read More »