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Governor vetoes 2 immigration-related bills (access required)

Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano has vetoed several bills, including a proposal to establish a volunteer militia separate from the National Guard and a measure to prohibit the state from accepting consular ID cards as a valid form of identification. The two bills have been viewed at one point as tackling directly or indirectly the complex issue ...

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