Immigration Law Debates It's Not Heard If It's Not Said

Even after the Key parts of Arizona immigration law were blocked, Fight over AZ law is ‘far from over’

Posted on August 2, 2010

Federal Judge of Arizona Susan Bolton  blocked  many of the major elements of the controversial new immigration law  just hours before it was due to go into effect on Thursday, 29 of July.

Latino community is enjoying the moment of Victory after  the Judge put on hold the part of the law that requires immigrants to carry proof of citizenship or green cards.

Government of Arizona and most of the people in that state faced a big disappointment as most of Poll’s show the support of the law. Opinion polls show 2/3  of Americans  support a  crackdown of the estimated 11 million of  illegal immigrants in the US.

From the other side Obama Administration calls this a Victory.

The emotions from both sides of the debates are running high. Both sides are running from rage to relief and since the Governor signed this law in April, both the law enforcement and  Latino communities  have been fighting. The 29 of July was anticipated to be the proverbial “light at the end of the tunnel” or if you want the end of the fight.

Instead, after today decision both sides are preparing for the next round of confrontations.

There is still chance that the law will go into effect. "This fight is far from over," Brewer said. Brewer is going to reverse the decision she lost on the 29 of July, ready to take an appeal over to the Supreme Court to ultimately resolve the case. Brewer stands by her choice and refuses to let Arizona sit back and allow ongoing Federal failures to continue.

Instead of working with the Obama administration to resolve the conflict, Brewer prefers to keep on fighting. She persists in her view that the Federals are not doing their jobs to solve the problems that Arizona is facing.

Defiantly she clearly stated: “I will battle all the way to the Supreme Court, if necessary, for the right to protect the citizens of Arizona."

Those who thought that the 29 of July would mark the end of this battle can clearly see now that this issue  is far from resolution and the battle just entered a new phase.

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