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2004 US Presidential Election
November 03, 2004
Arizona | Prop 200 passed

Daily Star:

Proposition 200 will require proof of citizenship when registering to vote and display of some type of identification when casting a ballot.
 
It also mandates that public employees verify the “immigration status” of applicants for “public benefits.” Workers who ignore the law would be subject to four month jail terms.


Posted by Scott Boone at November 3, 2004 12:01 AM | TrackBack
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WAHOO!!! Yay!!! But now someone will take this to court to get an activist judge to negate the will and vote of the people.

Posted by: LeeBean [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 3, 2004 12:07 AM

Unfortunately this affects Americans seeking services funded by public money. A woman fleeing domestic violence (DV), who is a citizen and does not have the proper ID with her, could be denied entry into a DV shelter and its associated services. I agree that Immigration issues are not being addressed properly. It’s too bad that this proposition affects citizens as well.
Signed, A Conservative Social Worker

Posted by: MSWpundit [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 3, 2004 12:50 AM

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