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Living illegally in the U.S.

States bordering Mexico continue to have high populations of illegal immigrants. Arizona has experienced a marked increase over the past two decades.


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Ariz. measure puts police in tight spot
Article | TUCSON -- Every day, as Sgt. Russ Charlton patrols the south side of Tucson, he encounters a wide range of this city's residents -- legal, illegal, native-born, naturalized, just passing through. To him, their immigration status is largely irrelevant. "People are just people," Charlton said.

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