Mexico’s Felipe Calderón expected to discuss Arizona immigration law before Congress

Washington Post, 5/20/2010

As Mexico’s president prepares to address Congress, the tough new immigration law in Arizona is sure to be a centerpiece of his speech. Already, Felipe Calderón has called the law “discriminatory” against “our people” and said he wants to work with President Obama to find a way to promote “dignified, legal and orderly living conditions to all migrant workers.”

Calderón is expected to continue to force the issue Thursday, emphasizing the ways the United States has benefited from Mexican workers — both those with documents and those without.

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