What Part of Arizona's Law Did Romney Say Was a "Model" for the U.S.?
"The president accused Mr. Romney of calling Arizona's controversial immigration-enforcement law "a model for the nation." Mr. Romney denied the assertion. "I said that the E-Verify portion of the Arizona law, which is the portion of the law which says that employers could be able to determine whether someone is here illegally or not illegally, that that was a model for the nation," said the former Massachusetts governor. Mr. Romney is correct," says Jason L. Riley in the Wall Street Journal.
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