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SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR CRITICIZES ARIZONA LAW

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Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, appointed by President Reagan, recently made comments on the new law in her home state of Arizona:

In a question-and-answer session after a speech to alumni at St. Ignatius College Preparatory School - from which her late husband, John, graduated in 1947 - O'Connor avoided passing legal judgment on the far-reaching law, which would make it a crime for immigrants to be in Arizona without valid residency papers.

Still, she said, Arizona 'may have gone a little too far in its authority, in encouraging local law enforcement officers to take action' against anyone they reasonably suspect of being an illegal immigrant.

O'Connor did, however, urge people not to boycott her state.

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  1. N K's Avatar
    Does it matter what she says? She is a retired Supreme Court Judge. I don't think she has any influence on either the legislature or the supreme court that would shape the discussion. If the intent of this post is that she was a competent legal judge who served on the supreme court and is weighing in on the law that is fine, otherwise it is not relevant to this debate.
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