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June 30, 2010

ABA President: Extraordinary Circumstances Call for Extraordinary Response

The _ took unusual action when it filed an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court for Arizona asking the court to prevent enforcement of the state’s immigration legislation signed into law in April by Gov. Jan Brewer. ABA President Carolyn Lamm explains why filing the brief at this level was important.

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  • *Pingback*
    11:10 AM July 1, 2010
    This Post Referenced in: _ steps in to fight Arizona immigration law – Legal Briefs - Wilmington Star News - Wilmington, NC - Archive

    ... _ sent out a news release Thursday saying it supports seeking an injunction against Arizona’s controversial immigration law that allows police to detain people who can’t produce citizenship or immigration papers. The ...

  • Jimmy
    4:32 PM July 1, 2010

    The ABA takes the side of foreign law-breakers instead of the taxpayer citizens of the United States.

    And the ABA wonders why membership keeps going down. What a joke.