Michigan poll shows support for tougher immigration laws

08/30/2010 | Detroit Free Press

More than 60% of voters in Michigan would support tougher immigration laws such as those proposed in Arizona, according to a survey of 600 voters. However, some are opposed to the law and Steve Lewis of Grand Rapids believes the state doesn't even have a problem with illegal immigrants and the federal government should take care of those types of problems if they develop.

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