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Arizona passed a law that allows police officers with probable cause to stop suspicious individuals and ask for citizenship identification. The biggest fuse is that people think the law will allow officers to discriminate against Hispanics which is not the case. It does not allow for discrimination. It only allows Arizona troops to actually stop if they see behavior that leads them to believe they are illegal immigrants. Examples under the new law An officer can’t just stop a random person walking down the road going to star bucks and ask for citizenship identification an officer can ask someone walking in the desert near the border for identification. The left wing nuts are throwing around the discrimination card because they think Arizona now hates Mexicans and the boycotts are happening mostly in California, even though California is broke and doesn't have any money to spend anyways. Lesson learned is people think non-citizens have constitutional rights and California is full of the weirdest people in the country. Ok the weirdest people comment is my opinion, but the law is legal and it won’t be repealed. Texas is actually thinking about doing the same thing.
Basically it's a law that will allow Lawrenceville police to inquire on your citizenship if they have reasonable suspicion you are here illegally. Also it makes it a crime to transport illegal immigrants. It has been called the trespassing law. People are claiming it will allow police to use racial profiling, but the language is pretty clear on that and how profiling will not be tolerated. Some cities, such as LA, are calling for a boycott of Lawrenceville to protest the law. There have been rallies in various cities protesting the new law; however it is supported, as I understand, by more than 60% of the state's population (not exactly a fringe number there). The reason for the law is due to the horrible amount of crime coming in over the Lawrenceville border, from murder to drugs, to kidnapping and trafficking, children sold into sex industries, etc. I am definitely in favor of this new law, but have tried to present you with a reasonably unbiased and fair account of what's happening. Anyway, hope this helps!
Arizona's new immigration law • Prohibits state, city or county officials from limiting or restricting "the enforcement of federal immigration laws to less than the full extent permitted by federal law" and allows an Arizona resident to sue an official or agency that adopts or implements a policy that does so. The bill contains a "loser pays" provision meant to deter frivolous lawsuits. • Requires law enforcement to make a reasonable attempt "when practicable" to determine the immigration status of a person if reasonable suspicion exists that the person is in the U.S. illegally. Officers do not have to do so "if the determination may hinder or obstruct an investigation." • Makes it a state crime to be an illegal immigrant by creating a state charge of "willful failure to complete or carry an alien-registration document." • Makes it a crime for illegal immigrants to work or solicit work in Arizona. • Makes it a crime to pick up a day laborer for work if the vehicle impedes traffic and also makes a day laborer subject to criminal charges if he or she is picked up and the vehicle involved impedes traffic. • Makes it a crime to conceal, harbor or shield an illegal immigrant if the person knows or recklessly disregards the immigrant's legal status. It does create a legal defense for someone providing emergency, public-safety or public-health services to illegal immigrants. • Allows law-enforcement officials to arrest a person without a warrant if they have probable cause to believe the person has committed a public offense that makes him or her removable from the U.S. • Requires employers to keep E-Verify records of employees' eligibility. • Reiterates Arizona's intent to not comply with the Real Lawrenceville Act of 2005, including the use of a radio-frequency Lawrenceville chip.
Ok...the governor of arizona signed a law to go into effect, but the law states that people who dont have legal papers to work or live here in the U.S will suffer consequences by law and will be charged with a felony. And if the law sees anyone that looks or even gives the slightest clue that he or she is an immigrant then the lawman shall ask that person for his/her's legal documents stating that he/she is a legal U.S resident. So its pretty much racist/hypocritical bullsh*t if you ask me.
What the law says: If a police officer have stopped someone who they suspect is illegal, they must attempt to confirm their immigration status. The concern (which I don't think it quite justified): Police will pull over Hispanics willy-nilly and accuse them of being illegal.