A new NPR investigation uncovers evidence that the controversial Arizona immigration law came to pass thanks in large part to an intense lobbying campaign by a group that stood to profit from its enactment: private prisons.
Private Prisons Worked To Pass AZ Immigration Law
By Ben Popken November 4, 2010
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