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Smith ’emboldened’ by minority opinions

Kavanagh may not have been bullish on the prospects for a revival of the 2011 immigration bills that failed, but Smith said he not only plans to bring his bills back, he is hopeful that Monday’s ruling will reignite anti-illegal-immigration fervor at the Capitol. “I would certainly like to think that people would be emboldened by the decision, especially when you read what Scalia and Thomas wrote.

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  1. Senator Steve Smith does not get it! Voters are not interested in pursuing legislation that will lead to higher costs for taxpayers when it is obvious that the bills submitted by Pearce were found to be unconstitutional. What makes you think voters want you to go there again? Any actions on immigration will lead to more expense for the state. Focus on economics, jobs, employment, new business and do not waste your time on costing this state more grief. Do the work of the state of Arizona and not the federal government. Should you pursue this….you will be voted out! Get it!

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