April 23rd, 2010
06:49 PM ET

iReporters weigh in on the Arizona immigration policy

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CNN iReport

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed a state bill Friday that requires police to determine whether a person is in the United States legally, which critics say will foster racial profiling and discrimination but supporters say will crack down on illegal immigration.

How do you feel about this immigration policy action? What would you recommend, and will you be attending a rally or event? Do you feel that you have been racially profiled? Share your perspective, experiences and images with CNN.

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  1. Dale

    It is about time someone did something about immigration enforcement. We have too long let this slip by ignoring the law. Yes, I do believe that people have a right to be in this country legally, but not under the cover of darkness, jumping fences. If the hispanic population that is here legally had any pride, they too would be involved in the proper enforcement of the laws of the land. They don't seem to care, as long as they get theirs. What is right and legal should stand and be enforced for latin america and any other country. If they don't like what they have at home, make it better. Don't run from the problem, fix it.

    April 23, 2010 at 8:01 pm |
  2. mike

    It's about time we have strict anti-illegal laws! we should have passed this 10-20 years ago, we would not have 12M illegals everywhere turning America into Tijuana.

    April 23, 2010 at 7:49 pm |