Almost a year to the day after the controversial Arizona immigration bill was signed into law, which caused more than 40 groups to cancel their meetings and conventions in that state, Georgia lawmakers have passed a similar bill. House Bill 87, approved April 14 in the state General Assembly, includes one of the more controversial components of the Arizona bill, which allows police to question people about their immigration status, according to The New York Times. It also calls for ...

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