Missouri Talks Immigration
JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Sheriff's Association came forward with a decision on state law enforcement Wednesday...Arizona State law enforcement that is.
A federal judge blocked key parts of the Arizona Immigration Law two weeks ago from Wednesday. The law sparked concerns of racial profiling, and leaves law enforcement officers in the dark on how to enforce border patrol.
Wednesday, the Missouri Sheriff's Association unanimously approved a resolution backing states that have approved their own legislation on immigration enforcement. The resolution specifically mentions Arizona.
The Arizona judge blocked parts of the law allowing police officers to stop any drivers on suspicion of being in the country illegally. Immigrants protested this morning and earlier this week saying this law excuses racial profiling.
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