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    Judge Bars Arizona From Enforcing Part of Immigration Law

    Arizona is barred from enforcing part of its law cracking down on illegal immigrants, a federal judge said, while upholding some components of the statute.

    U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton in Phoenix ruled today that the state can’t enforce a requirement that a police officer make a “reasonable attempt

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    She was appointed by Clinton.
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    Did Obama administration tamper with the judge ?

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    She was appointed by Clinton.
    Did Obama administration tamper with the judge ? Why don't we just let all of the Illegals break EVERY LAW that we have !!! This Is a !@#$%^&*()$%^$#$%ng joke !!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Did Obama administration tamper with the judge ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newmexican
    She was appointed by Clinton.
    Did Obama administration tamper with the judge ? Why don't we just let all of the Illegals break EVERY LAW that we have !!! This Is a !@#$%^&*()$%^$#$%ng joke !!!!!!!!!!
    UMKC Law Professor Kris Kobach helped write Arizona's new law. He says the new law was carefully written to avoid racial profiling, and says the law picks up where the federal government has failed. Polls show the law is widely popular in Arizona and around the country.

    "The case law, US Supreme Court case law and 9th Circuit Court case law, all supports what Arizona is doing," Kobach said." At the end of the day, the law will go into effect, but a preliminary injunction is merely a freezing of the status quo so the judge can decide the case without the facts changing."

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    Judge was tampered with

    I think he was , just like any other politician his pocket was lined

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