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"Arizona’s cold-blooded immigration statute was enacted in 2010 to bring about “attrition through enforcement”
— to make life so harsh for undocumented immigrants that they would be
driven out of the state. It invites unfettered racial profiling and the
abuse of police power. And, if allowed to stand, it opens the door to
states’ writing their own foreign policy, in defiance of the
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