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Deputies make arrests at immigration march (access required)

Rick Galeener argues with a woman who identified herself as a Navajo outside Phoenix City Hall marchers for immigrant rights were met with anti-immigrant protestors.As marchers for immigrants rights today made their way from an east Phoenix furniture store toward city hall, Maricopa County sheriff’s deputies reportedly stopped nearby motorists and checked their immigration status ...

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