Arizona Immigration Law (SB 1070) Should be Abolished

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Mark Twain stated: “It is by the fortune of God that, in this country, we have three benefits: freedom of speech, freedom of thought, and the wisdom never to use either”. Perhaps this is what happened when the new law of Arizona was created. What does law means? Law is a set of rules established by a governing authority to institute and maintain orderly coexistence (Merriam Webster’s). A new law named SB 1070 has been written with hostile points that threats human rights. Thousands of illegal immigrants were force to return back to their countries. I admit that illegal immigration is a Federal Government crime, but SB 1070 is a discriminatory law against Hispanics. I believe Arizona’s Law SB 1070 should be forbidden because it only…show more content…
Who fix our roads for us to drive to work daily? Who builds the schools that our kids learn in? Legal and illegal immigrants do! Immigrants do hard working day and night so America is the best looking country. Because of them our country is what it is now. These are just a few points that someone needs to consider before judging immigrants. In addition, the language that the unknown author uses to refer to the issues on Arizona clearly shows racism.
According to the author of this law, Mr. Russell Pearce, the state senator of Arizona’s 18th legislative district and the author of the new Arizona law SB 1070, argues that the United States Federal Government has not been doing their job correctly. The new law gives police officers the power to enforce immigration law. Pearce stated that police officers will not abuse of their powers given by the SB 1070 law because the SB 1070 clearly states the law provisions and how to enforce it. Therefore, he took the lead and implemented this law on his state to eliminate undocumented people at least in Arizona. Through this law police officers will have the power of prosecute anyone who is suspicious of being an illegal alien.
The reasonable suspicion of an illegal alien status is interpreted as stopping to solicit work, hire, transport, or conceal illegal aliens (Pearce, 2010, p.1; “Local Laws”, 2010, p. 1). Of course, he stated that the law especially says that the

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