Arizona's immigration law goes before appeals court

ILLUMEArizona's immigration law goes before appeals courtWashington PostThe divisive issue of illegal immigration will take center stage briefly Monday as the Obama administration returns to court in its effort ...Arizona immigration law gets its day in San Francisco courtSan Jose Mercury NewsJudicial panel selected to review Arizona immigration lawLos Angeles TimesAppeals court to mull states' role in immigrationWashington PostVerde Independentall 232 ... Full Story »

Posted by Xenia Pineda - via Google News (Immigration), Google News (Immigration), Google News (U.S.)
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Posted by: Posted by Xenia Pineda - Oct 31, 2010 - 6:05 PM PDT
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Edited by: Xenia Pineda - Nov 1, 2010 - 12:41 AM PDT

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Xenia Pineda
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by Xenia Pineda - Nov. 1, 2010

Throughout reading this article I tried to pay special attention to potential biased news reporting. I think this article did a great job in presenting both sides of the issue well. I also really liked the background information given about the arizona immigration law. This news article is also original compared to others because it adds the detail of two hispanic judges who might swing the decision of keeping the law from Arizona because of their ethnicity. The article also presented in depth information about the next steps leading to the final decision of this debate.

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Brandon Jauregui
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by Brandon Jauregui - Nov. 7, 2010

Like the opinion article, this article also hinders social opinion because it's about how Arizona's immigration law was taken into court in an effort to overturn it. Another mechanism, that takes place in this article, has to do with the politics of economic scarcity. Although it hinders social capital, immigration may be a good thing for the public towards social capital and its impact. The law will keep the people of the United States well-protected from criminals that do come from other countries illegally and help out children of tomorrow live lives that people today didn't get the chance to live: a safe, peaceful life away from illegal immigrants, that are usually involved in drugs and law-breaking acts. So immigration, as ... More »

This law is about immigration and social capital. A factual article, once again, it explains why the new Arizona law and this article hinder social capital.

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