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Dan Pochoda, legal director of the ACLU of Arizona, speaks about the ACLU's position on SB1070.

Full Interview With ACLU Lawyer Pochoda on SB 1070

He says law will 'inevitably' be found to violate individual civil rights

Joseph Garcia, analyst of Latino Public Policy at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, discusses Arizonans attitudes about immigration.

Full Interview With Policy Analyst, Discussing Immigration

Morrison Institute's Joseph Garcia says poll findings reveal dichotomy in AZ thinking

Immigration protest

AZ Week: SB 1070 Decision's Fallout

If upheld, it will lead to renewed legal action on civil rights grounds


Brewer Names New Pima County Superior Court Judge

Appointment is latest of several changes in state judicial system

Imagine Greater Tucson Plans Metro-Area Future

Meanwhile, separate planning effort considers incorporation of Vail

President Barack Obama helped begin the healing process with the people of Tucson, the nation, and the world to honor Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the many others  who were injured or lost in Saturday’s tragic shooting.

UPDATE: Obama, Romney Clash on Immigration

They make competing presentations to influential Latino organization

Feds Sue Polygamist-Run Towns On AZ-Utah Border

Allege officials discriminate against those who are not part fundamentalist sect

Tonto Fire Roars Past 11,000 Acres

Rincon Mountains blaze hits 7,500 acres, but is nearing containment

A discussion with Gov. Jan Brewer (R) on her recent State of the State address and an analysis of her legislation.

Brewer Asks Court to Allow Day-Labor Ban

Clause is one part of SB 1070 put on hold pending appeals

The front door to the Congressional District 8 office in Tucson reflects Democrat Ron Barber's victory two days after the special election to fill the vacant seat in Congress.

Barber's 'Congress On Your Corner' Saturday

First public congressional event in CD8 since January 2011

AZ Illustrated: Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mexican elections, Arizona ranchers and more

UA Gets $1.5M For Research On Solar Energy Techniques

The grant comes from the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative

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