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LULAC protests Arizona Immigration law

LULAC protests Arizona Immigration law
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POSTED: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 - 11:23am

UPDATED: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 - 2:18pm

New Mexico - Arizona's new immigration law is under fire by the League of United Latin American Citizens or New Mexico.

LULAC says the new law "will exacerbate racial profiling with impunity."

The organization adds, "New Mexico LULAC urges Arizona businesses to relocate to New Mexico."

LULAC has called a news conference Friday in Las Cruces to announce further sanctions.

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If you do the Crime, you do the time! It's so simple. Why is that so hard to understand???Gee, maybe someone that robs a bank should not have to go to jail. I mean c'mon. They are so poor that they had no choice. Let's just not have any laws enforced but leave them on the books so we can "say" we have laws. Good idea?

This new law doesn't do anything like so many people are doing. Everyone knows that if you are going to fly on any airplane you need some sort of ID or you are not getting on the plane.

Yet you show your ID without crying about it. All that it does is if and that is a big IF a person is stopped and ask for a proper ID then that person should be able to give a date of birth, place of birth, name of the hospital, where they went to school. And if all that adds up you are on your way.

What's the big deal?........If you are here LEGALLY, THERE IS NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT!!!

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