Arizona Immigration Law Makes Census Count Tougher

About 70 parents usually attend monthly parent-teacher meetings here at the Pena Blanca Elementary School. In April, at the last meeting of this school year, only 20 showed up. "There is a little fear," says Sandra Figueroa, principal of this Santa Cruz County school 12 miles from the Mexican border. Fear, mistrust, anger. The immigration law approved by the Arizona Legislature last month requires police to determine a person's immigration status if they're stopped, detained or arrested and...Full Story
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