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Nearly 3 In 4 Arizona Voters Favor The DREAM Act

By Ian Millhiser on April 27, 2012 at 11:00 am

"Nearly 3 In 4 Arizona Voters Favor The DREAM Act"

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Arizona’s government, as the first to pass a harsh immigration law, is ground zero for anti-immigrant sentiment among lawmakers. Even this state’s voters, however, overwhelmingly support the DREAM Act, which will provide a path to citizenship for undocumented young people who earn college degrees or who serve in the military. 73 percent of registered voters in Arizona support the DREAM Act, including 70 percent of white Arizonans.

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