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Ariz. Town Hall looks to mend fences with Mexico, including repeal of SB 1070

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Photo from a forum in Phoenix on U.S.-Mexico relations./Jude Joffe-Block

Photo from a forum in Phoenix on U.S.-Mexico relations./Jude Joffe-Block

By Luis F. Carrasco Arizona Daily

A repeal of SB 1070, state investment in infrastructure and increased staffing at the ports of entry are some of the ideas to improve economic and cultural relations between Arizona and Mexico, according to a report produced by Arizona Town Hall participants.

The state’s 2010 immigration law was widely panned for having a negative effect on the relationship between Mexico and Arizona, participants said, but it is only a piece of what needs to be done to create a truly vibrant bi-national economic region.

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