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Talk:Arizona's 2010 Immigration Act

503 bytes added, 01:42, 17 June 2010
I'm not sure the tone of the article is appropriate. While I agree, and it is obvious, that the bill does not beg racial profiling, asking "liberals" to read the article in the article ("Liberals, read the new law for yourselves once and for all, please.") and then later posing questions to them makes this work seem like a pseudo-homework assignment as opposed to an encyclopedia article--<small>[[User:Iduan|<span style="color: #FFCCCC; background: #660000">I]][[User_talk:Iduan|<span style="color:#CCCCFF; background:#000033">Duan]]</span></span></small> 15:24, 8 June 2010 (EDT)
== A question ==
I found this. Do you think that I should include the green texts, which denotes changes made by HB2162, of the Arizona immigration law or not? Do you think that the green new changes made in the law official or are they unofficial changes that should be ignored in the article about Arizona's immigration law? What do you think? Do you think that this is important? [] [[User: Willminator|Willminator]] 21:42, 16 June 2010 (EDT)