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Joshua Montano, left, and Deborah Robles protest in front of the Capitol the day after Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, in an executive order reaffirming Arizona state law denying young illegal immigrants driver's licenses and other public benefits on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, in Phoenix. Brewer's order issued Wednesday says she's reaffirming the intent of current Arizona law denying taxpayer-funded public benefits and state identification to illegal immigrants. Young illegal immigrants could start applying Wednesday with the federal government for work permits under the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The program defers deportations for young illegal immigrants if they meet certain criteria. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
The vast majority of cross-border smuggling tunnels discovered in recent years on the Southwest border have come up on the Arizona side of the border, law enforcement officials told a congressional panel this week.
Senate President Russell Pearce makes his case Tuesday night for a far-reaching measure to tighten up laws to deny benefits to illegal immigrants and create new state crimes like allowing someone not in this country to be arrested and jailed for driving in this state. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)
Jon Beydler’s opinion (July 16) that marijuana should be legalized is a great example of self absorption. If legalized, who would you rather have driving your child’s school bus, ambulance, fire truck, cab, personal car, etc.? A person who is high on “legal” hallucinate marijuana or non-user of marijuana? I would rather keep it illegal and fight the drug dealers and smugglers along with forcing the marijuana user to pay the high price to get the illegal drug. The article is a sad example of where some of our society is heading — the wrong way.
State welfare officials will now be reporting applicants for benefits who are not in this country legally to federal immigration officials.
Pedro Guzman has been an American citizen all his life. Yet in 2007, the 31-year-old Los Angeles native - in jail for a misdemeanor, mentally ill and never able to read or write - signed a waiver agreeing to leave the country without a hearing and was deported to Mexico as an illegal immigrant.
This undated photo released by the ACLU shows Pedro Guzman.
Arizona's early June deadline for independent presidential candidates to get on the general election ballot is illegal, a federal appellate court ruled Wednesday.
Sheriff's deputies and immigrant advocates are on a collision course that will send them to two busy intersections in Phoenix where day laborers gather.
Arizonans generally support the concept of local police officers enforcing federal immigration laws, but their support is fractured deeply along political and racial lines.
Allowing independent voters to cast ballots in primaries of Arizona’s major parties has been a modest success over the past seven years. It also happens to be unconstitutional.
WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Monday defended the construction of a fence along the southwest border, saying it's actually better for the environment than what happens when people illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico line.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff listens to questions at a news conference at the closing of the Mexico U.S. Border Conference in Puerto Penasco, Mexico, Friday.
Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies busted eight suspected illegal immigrants Wednesday in a Glendale house, where detectives were lead during the investigation of a homicide that occurred on Saturday.
Gabriel Hernandez is known to his friends as “Chilango.” The maintenance man tools around in a golf cart at the mobile home park where he works, and often sings along to the Mexican music blaring from the stereo system he rigged to it.
The East Valley’s largest business association broke ranks Tuesday in supporting a bill aimed at punishing employers that knowingly hire illegal workers.
A man driving illegal immigrants to California was kidnapped in front of five witnesses Wednesday, but they gave police so little information that they can’t look for him.
Terry stayed still in the spotlight of the police car, one foot on a concrete bench that he had slept under minutes before. He lifted his eyes occasionally toward the Phoenix police officers who huddled close by, deciding what to do with him.
SHARING THE STREETS: Phoenix police officer Dave Beauchamp checks on a homeless man who displays symptoms of mental illness near Grand Avenue in Phoenix. Beauchamp and his partner, Nick Margiotta, are trained in crisis intervention for the mentally
Arrest illegal immigrants. Send the National Guard to monitor the border. Build a wall. Eliminate jobs.