Border Security is a Hot Market for Technological Firms in Southern AZ

Posted March 15, 2013 by & filed under Arizona, Border Security.

Proximity to the U.S./Mexico border, ease of access to the University of Arizona and many military bases (there are six in southern Arizona and one in northern Arizona), have made southern Arizona a desirable location for several technological firms specializing in border and security businesses. “We have an emerging cluster in the border security and… Read more »

Arizona immigration law: Mexico gets involved in US Supreme Court case

Posted May 7, 2012 by & filed under Arizona, Immigration Reform, Mexico.

Arizona’s tough immigration enforcement law threatens to do more than make life unbearably difficult for illegal immigrants. It also threatens to sour US foreign relations with Mexico and other Latin American nations. That’s the message in a friend-of-the-court brief submitted in advance of Wednesday’s oral argument at the US Supreme Court over Arizona’s controversial law… Read more »

Fact or fiction? The Myths and Realities of Illegal Immigration

Posted July 3, 2010 by & filed under Arizona, Immigration Reform.

By Lee Davidson, Desert News  Maybe you’ve heard the debates on talk radio or seen the e-mail blasts, arriving with increasing urgency as people take sides over Arizona’s new immigration law. You can hardly turn on your computer without tripping over statistics like these: “Every day, illegal aliens murder 12 Americans” and “$200 billion a… Read more »