Update on Arizona SB1070 Immigration Law

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Over the past two years I have written several posts about Arizona Immigration Law #SB 1070. Here at the end of 2012 I am provided the most current news over the past six months. Frankly it is becoming increasingly more difficult to keep up when considering confusing court decision, continual law suits and daily news from the law enforcement on the ground in Arizona.

This is such a politically charged issue and I ALWAYS work very hard to stand politically in the middle on all issues and let ¬†you decide how you stand. So here you go, have a look and click through the news links. Regardless of your position I am sure you will find the reading most interesting. Truly this is topic and heated “discussion” that will sure continue for many years to come.

NOTE: The articles are listing by date starting spring 2012 and ending September 2012

SB 1070: Supreme Court Appears To Favor Arizona – Huffington Post

Arizona immigration law: Supreme Court upholds key portion of

BREAKING: Decision Reached on Arizona’s SB 1070 – Katie Pavlich

Arizona’s SB1070 ‘Show Me Your Papers’ Provision Likely to Go Into

SB 1070: Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, others react to judge’s ruling

PHOTO: In this Wednesday, April 25, 2012 file photo, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks to reporters after the Supreme Court questioned Arizona's "show me your papers" immigration law in front of the Supreme Court in Washington.


Arizona SB 1070 Training Links

AZ SB 1070 Training

This newsletter is provided to the public safety community with specific emphasis on training. The new law goes into effect on Thursday July 29, 2010. The Arizona POST has moved quickly to provide detailed training guidance to the state’s law enforcement agencies.

The following resources are provided and are links directly to the Arizona POST web site:

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