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5 ways SB 1070 changed Arizona: A reading list

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By Antonia Noori Farzan | Phoenix New Times

Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably familiar with Senate Bill 1070, Arizona’s infamous “show me your papers” law. You probably know that it led musicians, politicians, and activists to boycott the state. You may have heard that there was a protracted legal battle before the Supreme Court struck down some aspects and left other parts intact.

But what has SB 1070 really meant for Arizona? Here’s five in-depth stories about how the state’s political climate has changed since 2010, for better or for worse.


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