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Column Year after Arizona's debacle, Congress considers a better immigration law

SUCCEED Act would help immigrants integrate into American society

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Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 1:00 am | Updated: 7:10 am, Tue Apr 26, 2011.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's signature authorized SB 1070 a year ago, imposing a set of harsh immigration enforcement laws that purportedly sought to reduce the state's undocumented immigrant population through officially sanctioned racial profiling.

Rather than alienating immigrants, our country now has the chance to pass positive legislation with the Strengthen and Unite Communities with Civics Education & English Development (SUCCEED) Act. If enacted, it would help immigrants integrate into American society.

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