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Eric J. Petrie, Attorney at Law

Eric Petrie has a law practice in Phoenix (AZ)
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10429 South 51st Street Suite 285, Phoenix, AZ 85044
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    TheBlaze.com (blog) Ted Cruz wasted little time in reacting to Monday's Supreme Court rejection of an Arizona law that demands would-be voters prove they are citizens, filing legislation hours later to allow the measure to return. The high court voted 7-2 to throw out ... more »
    Supreme Court strikes down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote
    NBCNews.com (blog) Arizona is known for its tough stance on immigration. Last year, the Supreme Court struck down some key provisions of a state law meant to crack down on illegal immigration. But it let stand the most controversial part — a requirement that police ... more »
    House Immigration Bill: Committee Advances Measure Over Democratic ...
    Huffington Post Many states tried to emulate Arizona's SB 1070 law. However, most state legislatures voted against the proposals. Utah's legislature managed to approve an immigration law based on a different argument. Taking into consideration the criticism of racial ... more »
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