A combination of local and federal efforts paved the way to SB-1070. Last month, Arizona passed SB-1070, making it a crime for a person to be in the state without documentation proving their immigration status. The law also gives cops the right to use race as one factor in determining whether there's a reason to ask for those 'papeles' and grants citizens the right to sue cops if they're not doing the job. But just how did Arizona get here? Not 'solitos.' Read more on Colorlines.com
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