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Federal Court Blocks Key Provisions of Arizona Immigration Law

Arizonas legal battle just moved into high gear. With a federal district court in Phoenix blocking key provisions of Arizonas new immigration law from taking effect, the next step is clear: A federal appeals court and eventually the Supreme Court of the United States.

Its outrageous. The Department of Justice is doing everything within its power to derail Arizonas law so the ACLJ is answering back, supporting the state of Arizona in its effort to protect its citizens and defend its borders something the federal government has failed to do. Were filing briefs representing Members of Congress and thousands of concerned Americans who understand that Arizona has a constitutional right to protect its citizens and defend its borders.

As the ACLJ prepares for a critical and lengthy appeals process, its more important than ever that you stand with us now and support Arizonas right to secure its borders. Read the form below carefully and declare your membership with the ACLJ by adding your name to our Committee to Defend Arizonas Borders.

COMMITTEE TO DEFEND ARIZONAS BORDERS

We are extremely disappointed with a federal court decision that wrongly blocks key provisions of Arizonas immigration law.

This bill is a sound, constitutional move toward effectively securing Arizonas borders and protecting their citizens, a responsibility that the federal government has repeatedly failed to assume.

The simple truth is that no provision of the United States Constitution is being violated by Arizonas immigration policy. American citizens must be free to appropriately and legally defend themselves, their borders, and their lives from drug wars and violence at the hands of people illegally entering the country. We stand with the ACLJ, Members of Congress, and thousands of concerned Americans who understand that Arizona has a constitutional right to protect its citizens and defend its borders.

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