Arizona's new immigration law has been the topic of perhaps more letters to the editor at the Chicago Sun-Times recently than any other issue.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Justice Department sued, challenging the law and setting up a legal battle between the federal government at Arizona.
Some of the Sun-Times letter writers asked that the text of the Arizona law be posted. Here it is.
Supporters of the Arizona law are not going to be happy about the federal lawsuit. The U.S. government, though, says federal laws override state laws.
The law was supposed to go into effect July.29
UPDATE (7/7): Jan Brewer, the Arizona governor, has canceled a meeting of governors from 10 U.S. and Mexican border states because six Mexican governors refuse to attend.
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