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Big immigration rally – Crosby, Stills, Nash rumored to show (access required)

Police are preparing for a crowd of between 25,000 and 50,000 people to protest at the Capitol this weekend that could draw the likes of Crosby, Stills Nash and, unfortunately, not Young. Rumor has it the famous trio of crooners will make an appearance, though it's not been confirmed. If Neil Young was expected to be here, I would be much more excited, frankly.

5 comments

  1. Come to Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe, AZ Sat. night, May 29th
    6:00-8:30pm. This is the rally to “be at”!!
    Many wonderful speakers, many tables with literature, great folks to
    talk with,good eats and drinks.
    Enjoy our diverse and wonderful state and share in our “buycott”,
    to help AZ become and stay a safe and productive state.
    SB 1070 is all about public safety for all our citizens of every
    ethnicity!

  2. I THINK YOU GUYS SHOULD MARCH FROM NOGALES TO THE CAPITAL ,SHOWEM YOUR REALLY SERIOUS OH YES AND BRING YOUR BEANS…………..

  3. its sad when the ignorant use draft dodgers, heroin addicts and cokeheads as their symbol of freedom for law breakers.
    good luck there buddy

  4. I came across a good debating resource that allows you to post comments and cast votes either for or against the New Immigration Law of Arizona without prior registration. I really recommend it: http://www.civiltalks.com

  5. Arizona’s illegal immigrant population is costing the state’s taxpayers even more than once thought — a whopping $2.7 billion in 2009, according to researchers at the public interest group that helped write the state’s new immigration law.

    Also, the savings to the state will far overwhelm any fallout from boycotts (estimated at between $7 million and $52 million) being threatened in the wake of the law’s passage.

    The 2009 breakdown shows that illegal immigrants take $1.6 billion from Arizona’s education system, $694.8 million from health care services, $339.7 million in law enforcement and court costs, $85.5 million in welfare costs and $155.4 million in other general costs.

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