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This broadcast segment is Arizona Congressman David Schweikert's reaction to the President Obama decision on immigration of June 15, 2012. The U.S. Supreme Court could rule as early as Monday (June 18, 2012) on the future of Arizona's controversial immigration law, Senate Bill 1070. Governor Jan Brewer wants to make sure law enforcement is ready. Brewer on Tuesday issued an executive order requiring the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board to redistribute to all law-enforcement agencies by Friday a training video originally sent out when the law passed two years ago.
"The governor is optimistic that the heart of SB 1070 will be upheld and implemented," Brewer spokesman Matthew Benson said. "The governor thought this was an appropriate time to revisit the issue and make sure Arizona law enforcement is as prepared as possible for partial or full implementation of the law."
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