Arizona immigration law is affecting local businesses

Arizona's new immigration law doesn't take effect until July 29, but it is already driving out illegal immigrants and having a negative impact on the local housing market, writes Daniel González. Luis Sanchez, who worked in Arizona as a landscaper and gardener, moved to Pennsylvania with his family this month. Supporters of the law say it will help reduce unemployment and decrease the cost of government.

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