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Arizona / Immigration Law #971261

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 28, 2010
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Phoenix: Bill Weir) Federal judge Susan Bolton's ruling blocking of Arizona's law on illegal immigration examined; details given about the specifics of the injunction with the judge's ruling excerpted. [University of California at Irvine professor Erwin CHEMERINSKY†- outlines the appeals process.] [Governor Jan BREWER, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe ARAPAIO†- talk about the legal process.] [Day labor organizer Salvador REZA†- says the people are going north.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Phoenix: Barbara Pinto) The reaction to the legal ruling on immigration examined; scenes shown from Phoenix. [Grocer Rosario PERALTA†; yesterday & today, undocumented immigrant Erika ANDIOLA†- react to the ruling.] ABC News/"Washington Post" poll findings on support for the crackdown on illegal immigration cited. [Phoenix resident Andrew CLARK†, Arizona Republican Party Randy PULLEN†- offer their views on the law.]

Sawyer, Diane;
Weir, Bill;
Pinto, Barbara

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