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Argument: Arizona immigration law merely enforces existing law

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Kris Kobach. "Why Arizona Drew a Line." New York Times. April 28th, 2010: "we already have plenty of federal immigration laws on the books, and the typical illegal alien is guilty of breaking many of them. What we need is for the executive branch to enforce the laws that we already have."

Sue Schwartz, an Arizona citizen, said in April of 2010, "Any time an American does something wrong or breaks the law they're going to pay the consequences. Whenever an illegal does something wrong they get a new ID and become a new person," she says. "I want the laws same for everybody here, not bent for them."[1]

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