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The border fence in Nogales, 2004.

In the last few days the SB 1070 debate has continued to evolve, including a possible federal lawsuit against the controversial law. In addition, there were shootings on the Arizona/Sonora border and members of the Texas Legislature are proposing the use of microwave weaponry on the border. Read more»

J.T. Ready marches in a neo-Nazi parade. Ready plans a militia patrol of Pinal County's Vekol Valley.

As has been the case recently, immigration news in Arizona revolved around SB 1070. But shaking things up this weekend is a group of right-wing activists - led by a reputed neo-Nazi - attempting to take border enforcement into their own hands. Plus a roundup of the week's border news. Read more» 5

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