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State lawmaker dropping illegal-immigration alert bill

Willcox Republican backs down after border towns object

Leaders of border communities have persuaded a lawmaker to withdraw legislation that would have required the state to alert the public to dangers caused by illegal immigration.

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Mar 13, 2012, 8:52 am
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Ummm….this bill is irrelevant. If you read the papers and watch the news, and if you ever find yourself in one of these areas and keep your eyes open, you’ll see on your own there are dangers regardless of whether or not the government informed you of same.

And why in the world was South Tucson involved? There’s no danger there (at least not more than usual, anyway), but a drive or two through South Tucson will show you many of the symptoms of a porous border.

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