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PHOENIX – Nine people have been arrested after a protest march stopped in front of a federal immigration building in Phoenix.
About 500 demonstrators marched in the downtown area Wednesday afternoon against Arizona’s controversial immigration law known as SB 1070.
The protesters were kept across the street from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement processing center by Phoenix police officers, many dressed in riot gear.
There was no reported violence.
Authorities say the nine were arrested for blocking Central Avenue during rush hour and refusing to move onto the sidewalk.
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Anger and frustration borne out of Arizona’s tough immigration law has galvanized Latinos young and old to register to vote, get politically engaged and have their voices heard. Much of the anger from two years ago, when Gov. Jan Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070 into law, has subsided. These days, opponents of the law feel more empowered — even
Arizona Senate Bill 1070 has become a flashpoint for the debate over how to enforce immigration in the U.S. and has served as a blueprint for five other states that adopted similar laws the following year. Dozens of protesters for and against the law rallied at the base of the court steps as police kept watch over the growing crowd. STORY:
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La Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos está a punto de decidir si Arizona puede implementar su controvertida ley migratoria ante las fuertes objeciones del gobierno de Barack Obama. El miércoles se presentarán los argumentos orales. Un fallo a favor de la gobernadora Joe Brewer en tiempo de elecciones presidenciales podría provocar una renovada ate