Fear lingers in wake of Supreme Court SB1070 decision

The human face of "show me your papers": Fear lingers in wake of Supreme Court SB1070 decision

From The Catholic Sun in Phoenix:

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His five daughters don’t like it when he goes out. Juventino Franco is an undocumented immigrant. His family lives in constant fear of his deportation.

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down most of Arizona’s controversial crackdown measure, SB 1070, in a June 25 decision. Yet the so-called “show me your papers” provision remains.

This provision requires local law enforcement to determine the legal status of anyone stopped, detained or arrested if there is reasonable suspicion that the person is in the United States unlawfully.

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