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Residents pay price for Arpaio's immigration focus (access required)

Maricopa County residents are paying the price for Sheriff Joe Arpaio's focus on immigration enforcement with longer wait times for emergency responses, fewer criminal investigations and a plunging arrest rate, a newspaper investigation found. The sheriff's office began to focus on immigration enforcement more than two years ago and almost immediately saw a rapid decline ...

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