Glenn Jenks

Episcopal Priest, Arizona Interfaith Network

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Episcopal Priest and member of the Arizona Interfaith Network, which advocates for immigrant rights

Glenn Jenks on KCRW

On party-line votes, majorities in Arizona’s House and Senate have passed the toughest  anti-immigration bill  in the country.

Arizona Gets Tough on Immigration in Absence of Federal Reform

On party-line votes, majorities in Arizona’s House and Senate have passed the toughest anti-immigration bill in the country.

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In 2006 the Republican US Senate passed immigration reform, but it never came to a vote in the House, which decided instead to  build a fence  on the border.

Arizona Gets Tough on Immigration in Absence of Federal Reform

In 2006 the Republican US Senate passed immigration reform, but it never came to a vote in the House, which decided instead to build a fence on the border.

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