Bishops Challenge Arizona Law

May 2010
America;5/10/2010, Vol. 202 Issue 15, p9
The article reports on the condemnation of bishops on the new immigration law in Arizona. Religious leaders including bishop Gerald F. Kicanas have shown their disagreement on the passage of the law, seeing the law to be not the answer on the aimed border security in the state. Further, he considers the law to depict a wrong message on the enforcement and the importance of civil rights.


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