Border Battle 

City Council candidates debate the merits of SB 1070

As next week's city of Tucson election nears, the Tucson Police Department's enforcement of SB 1070 is once again in the headlines. SB 1070, the controversial immigration law passed in 2010, had numerous provisions that were tossed by the U.S. Supreme Court…

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