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    ACLJ Files Amicus Brief to support SB 1070

    ACLJ: AZ Immigration Law "Sound and Constitutional" - Planning to File Amicus Brief Defending Law from ACLU Lawsuit [Printer Friendly] [Forward to a Friend]

    May 17, 2010

    (Washington, DC) – The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) says it plans to meet the legal challenge of the ACLU and other organizations that filed a federal lawsuit today challenging the constitutionality of Arizona's new immigration law. The ACLJ, which contends the Arizona law is constitutional, announced it plans to file an amicus brief in support of defending the law.

    "The Arizona immigration law is a sound and constitutional approach to addressing illegal immigration," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ. "As a nation of immigrants, it's clear that immigrants make our country unique and play an integral role in our nation's success. But immigration must be lawful and the Arizona law is clearly designed to protect and secure its borders without putting at risk the constitutional protections afforded to American citizens. The ACLU's legal challenge of the Arizona law is misguided and misrepresents exactly what the new law provides. It does not invite racial profiling - it prohibits it. It does not conflict with federal immigration law, it supports it. We are planning to file an amicus brief - representing concerned Americans - in support of Arizona's defense of its law in the ACLU suit."

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