Full text of AZ Immigration Legislation

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    Revised Arizona immigration enforcement bill: full text
    Posted: Friday, April 30, 2010 9:30 am

    Here is Arizona House Bill 2162, which supersedes the previous immigration enforcement bill, Arizona Senate Bill 1070. The Legislature's GOP majority made some changes in reaction to criticism. Paragraphs in blue indicate changes from a previous version.


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    thanks for that.. I had posted 1070
     
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    I would rather listen to Obama and feign "faux" outrage than read the bill!
     
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    Senseman said both charges are designed to undermine lawsuits seeking to have the law overturned on the premise that it allows officers to stop and question anyone who looks like an illegal immigrant. He said the secondary enforcement language strengthens provisions in the original bill designed to reassure illegal immigrants who are crime victims or witnesses that they can call police without being asked about their legal status.

    The language in HB 2162 cannot amend SB 1070, which has been signed into law. But since SB 1070 won't take effect until 90 days from now, putting the altered verbiage into the other bill means that, when both become law on the same day, the later-adopted revisions will take precedence.

    Pearce said he doesn't believe either change will make it harder for an officer to question someone who is suspected of being an illegal immigrant. "The reason we made these clarifications is to make it a stronger case in court," he said. "This is a tough bill. We didn't water it down."

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