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Immigration / Arizona Law #971896

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 30, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Plans for May Day protests against Arizona’s new immigration law reported.

(Phoenix: George Lewis) The turmoil over the law featured; scenes shown of a roundup of suspected illegal immigrants and protests. [Maricopa County Sheriff Joe ARPAIO†- denies it’s racial profiling.] [Latino activist Alfredo GUTIERREZ†- reacts to planned boycotts of the state.] [Governor Jan BREWER – says we will push back and fight it in the courts.] [With talk show host Jay Leno, California Governor Arnold SCHWARZENEGGER – says he would never do it.]

Williams, Brian;
Lewis, George

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