May 2012
New Yorker;5/28/2012, p28
The article discusses the campaign of Arizona Democratic Senate candidate Richard Carmona, focusing on the 2010 Arizona Senate Bill (SB) 1070, regarding the tightening of Arizona border security. Arizona governor Janice K. Brewer's views on and signing of SB1070 into the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, illegal immigration, and Carmona's relationship with Latino voters are also discussed.


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