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TPD and the ACLU disagree (surprise!) on how SB 1070 is enforced

An upcoming Nov. 13 study session won't the be the first time the Tucson City Council has discussed its SB 1070 policies or provided advice on possible constitutional violations by the Tucson Police Department on how the agency continues to interpret the…

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