In a decision that could lay the groundwork for an Arizona-style immigration policy, Virginia's attorney general said state law enforcement officers are allowed to check the immigration status of anyone "stopped or arrested."
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli issued the legal opinion Friday extending that authority to Virginia police in response to an inquiry over whether his state could mirror the policies passed into law in Arizona.
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Awesome job Virginia!! Now not only is Arizona being a leader in the fight to secure our border, but the great state of Virginia has joined the fight! Just like we have called for the other states to do.
Let's hope it doesn't stop here, we need all the states to pass laws like this, Obama can't sue all the states!