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Immigration / California, Arizona #909566

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006
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(Escondido, California: Shepard Smith) The legislation in Escondido, California, that bans landlords from renting to illegal immigrants, the sanctuary given to immigrants in National City, and the 44 people charged with running a human smuggling ring in Arizona noted.

(Escondido, California: William La Jeunesse) Arizona’s attempts to cut off human smugglers’ money laundering through wire-transfer companies like Western Union featured. [Arizona attorney general Terry GODDARD†- says they’ve been successful in targeting illegal transactions.] [Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights’ Joshua HOYT†- speaks about money taken from innocent immigrants.]

(Escondido, California: Shepard Smith) Criticism of the bill to build a fence along the US-Mexico border noted. [California Representative Duncan HUNTER†- talks about funding for the fence.] Hunter’s 2008 presidential run noted. The use of unmanned spy planes to patrol the border in Arizona noted; scenes shown of drones in the air.

Smith, Shepard;
Jeunesse, William La

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