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Topic - Larry A. Dever
He said S.B. 1070 doesn't have a major impact on his county — the county is close enough to the border that it already can turn over illegal immigrants to the U.S. Border Patrol for removal — but he said counties farther north will clamp down, which should relieve the flow of people crossing through his county.
Speaking to The Washington Times after attending the oral arguments, Sheriff Dever said the reason illegal immigration is swamping Arizona now is because federal government policies pushed it away from California and Texas and into his state in the 1990s.