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Arizona's Immigration Bill

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  • 1. Arizona’s Immigration Bill What’s wrong with it?
  • 2. Structure • What
  • 3. Structure • What • Where
  • 4. Structure • What • Where • Why
  • 5. Structure • What • Where • Why • Consequences
  • 6. What• The toughest measure in the country against illegal immigrants
  • 7. What• The toughest measure in the country against illegal immigrants• "It takes the handcuffs off of law enforcement and lets them do their job" State Sen. Russell Pearce, author of the bill
  • 8. What• The toughest measure in the country against illegal immigrants• "It takes the handcuffs off of law enforcement and lets them do their job" State Sen. Russell Pearce, author of the bill• It introduces the reasonable suspicion
  • 9. Where• State of Arizona
  • 10. Where• State of Arizona• Borders on Mexico
  • 11. Why• Its border with Mexico is the most popular point of entry for illegal immigrants into U.S.A.
  • 12. Why • Its border with Mexico is the most popular point of entry for illegal immigrants into U.S.A.7000000 6.200.00052500003500000 1750000 500.000 0 Total Population Illegal Immigrants
  • 13. Why • Its border with Mexico is the most popular point of entry for illegal immigrants into U.S.A. Crime7000000 6.200.0005250000 22%3500000 1750000 500.000 0 78% % of crimes committed by Illegal Immigrants Total Population Illegal Immigrants % of crimes committed by Legal Residents
  • 14. ConsequencesPro Con
  • 15. Consequences Pro Con Before the bill, officers could inquire about someones immigrationstatus only if the personis a suspect in another crime
  • 16. Consequences Pro Con Before the bill, officers “A lot of U.S. citizens are could inquire about going to be swept up in someones immigration the application of this lawstatus only if the person for something as simple asis a suspect in another having an accent and leaving crime their wallet at home”
  • 17. Summary• A bill against illegal immigrants
  • 18. Summary• A bill against illegal immigrants• Passed in Arizona
  • 19. Summary• A bill against illegal immigrants• Passed in Arizona• Reduction of Crime
  • 20. Summary• A bill against illegal immigrants• Passed in Arizona• Reduction of Crime• It empowers the officers but could harm U.S. citizens
  • 21. Conclusion• It’s Racist...
  • 22. Conclusion• ...but could be Necessary!