Arizona Immigration Law White House Obama & Jan Brewer
Arizona Immigration Law White House Obama & Jan Brewer – Thursday’s slated meeting between President Barack Obama along with the Arizona Governor Jan Brewer regarding Arizona’s immigration law angered those people who are in opposition to the law.
Opponents of this legislation signed by Governor Brewer maintain that it is discriminatory. Additionally, the nay-sayers believe that Obama’s participation in immigration reform has been “halfhearted.”
The meeting between the two main players is scheduled for Thursday at the White House. Opponents of the law will be protesting at the White House on that day.
Governor Brewer hopes she and Obama can reach an agreement on how to improve security at the border.
The new law requires police officers enforcing any other law to examine immigration status, but only if there is reasonable suspicion a person is in the country illegally. The Obama administration is preparing for a possible challenge to the law.
After the a half-hour meeting today, Brewer said she will work with Obama to improve immigration as a whole.
The Arizona Immigration law Sb 1070 will take effect July 29.
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