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Strickland's take on Arizona immigration bill
The bill in Arizona would not happen in Ohio
by WKSU's STATEHOUSE CORRESPONDENT JO INGLES


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Ohio Governor Ted Strickland says he will not support any anti-immigration bill that would do something similar to what's being done in Arizona.
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One Republican house member, Courtney Combs, is proposing a bill that would be similar to the one in Arizona. The new Arizona law allows law enforcement to stop anyone suspected of being an illegal alien to demand that they prove citizenship.

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