Status of Arizona- and Alabama-inspired Legislation | Differences Between the Alabama and Arizona Racial Profiling Laws | Utah: Going Down Arizona’s Unconstitutional Path | The Anti-Immigrant Movement that Failed: Positive Integration Policies by States Still Far Outweigh Punitive Policies Aimed at New Immigrants
South Carolina's SB 20 | Georgia's HB 87 | Alabama's HB 56 | Indiana's SB 590 & HB 1402 | Utah's HB 497 | Arizona's SB 1070 | Orleans Parish Sheriff for Illegal Immigration Holds | City of Farmers Branch, Texas | City of Hazleton, Pennsylvania
Hearing on H.R. 2278, Strengthen and Fortify Enforcement (SAFE) Act | Hearing on “Examining the Constitutionality and Prudence of State and Local Governments Enforcing Immigration Law” | Hearing on “Ending Racial Profiling in America”
Statements by law enforcement officials, as well as other information about how police chiefs and their colleagues view mandates that require them to enforce immigration laws.
In places where earlier waves of anti-immigrant activism produced restrictive policies, residents increasingly find that the policies are unworkable legally, practically, and politically, which is motivating them to explore more inclusive alternatives. (Report published Sept. 2013.)