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Employer sanctions signed into law (access required)

Following her comments last month that states would forge their own immigration laws in the wake of Congress’s inability to pass immigration reform, Gov. Janet Napolitano has approved a law that will give Arizona the toughest employer sanctions law in the country. In a written statement accompanying H2779, Napolitano said she took the tandem action because ...

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