Joke's on Arizona

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Author(s) Rich Lowry
Source New York Post
Date July 30, 2010
Quotes-start.png "Too bad, says Judge Bolton. If the state finds too many suspected illegal immigrants, it might overburden the system. Let's put aside (as Bolton does) that the system already gets 1 million inquiries a year, that it has a theoretical capacity to process 1.5 million and that, as of now, Arizona only makes 80,000 inquiries annually, meaning even a drastic increase could be accommodated. If the federal government fears a surge from Arizona, couldn't it add some positions to the 153 staffers currently assigned to the database? Think of it as stimulus." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Judge Bolton's ruling was justified on the topic United States of America v. Arizona.