Leo Banks

Reporter, Tucson Weekly

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Reporter covering the US-Mexico-border with the Tucson Weekly

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Crucial aspects of Arizona's new immigration law have been  ruled unconstitutional , and they won't go into effect today as scheduled.  But that decision will be appealed and both…

Arizona, the Federal Courts and Illegal Immigration

Crucial aspects of Arizona's new immigration law have been ruled unconstitutional , and they won't go into effect today as scheduled.  But that decision will be appealed and both…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Crucial provisions of Arizona's new immigration law will not go into effect today as scheduled, but court actions will continue for years.

Federal Judge Puts Much of Arizona’s Immigration Law on Hold

Crucial provisions of Arizona's new immigration law will not go into effect today as scheduled, but court actions will continue for years.

from To the Point

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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