Nicholas Riccardi

Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Reporter, and former Denver Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times

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Arizona lost a round in court today when Federal District Judge Susan Bolton  temporarily blocked  two controversial provisions of its new immigration law.

Judge Blocks Part of Arizona Immigration Law

Arizona lost a round in court today when Federal District Judge Susan Bolton temporarily blocked two controversial provisions of its new immigration law.

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Arizona has stirred a political hornets’ nest with its new law against illegal immigration.

Fear, Loathing and Huzzahs for Arizona’s Immigration Law

Arizona has stirred a political hornets’ nest with its new law against illegal immigration.

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Arizona has stirred a political hornets’ nest with its new law against illegal immigration.

Fear, Loathing and Huzzahs for Arizona's Immigration Law

Arizona has stirred a political hornets’ nest with its new law against illegal immigration.

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