Is the "show us your papers" ethos of Arizona's S.B. 1070 coming to New York State's school children? That's what the New York Civil Liberties Union contends, in a story in today's New York Times. Twenty percent of public school districts around the state, writes Nina Bernstein, are requiring famil ... More >>
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