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Arizona immigration law stirs emotions

In Boston, strict measure greeted with outrage, protests, and praise for controls

Elena Letona (second from right), of the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities, was among protesters outside Park Street Station in Boston yesterday. Elena Letona (second from right), of the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities, was among protesters outside Park Street Station in Boston yesterday. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Peter Schworm and Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / April 25, 2010

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To supporters, the new Arizona law targeting illegal immigrants is a sensible, overdue response to an intractable problem. To opponents, it is a draconian outrage that will lead to systemic racial profiling and widespread harassment of Hispanics. (Full article: 794 words)

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