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FeaturesA bill that would require Arizona’s governor to ask a federal judge to intervene if the state is sued by the federal government over federal immigration law was narrowly defeated on the House floor on Thursday.
The legislation would have been the strongest anti-Arizona bill in the 2013 legislative session, but its defeat was a major setback for supporters of Arizona’s law, SB1070, which has since been partially blocked by a federal judge.
Under the legislation, if the U.S. Department of Justice files a lawsuit against Arizona, the state attorney general would ask the state district court judge overseeing the lawsuit to appoint an independent special assistant attorney general to participate in litigation.
“Just like in any lawsuit, the attorney general is going to have to represent the state, and the state has a representative in the courtroom. It’s only fair,” said Rep. Judy Burges, R-Tucson.
Unlike the federal system, the attorney general also has the power of the state’s purse. In addition to filing lawsuits on the state’s behalf, the attorney general may hire private attorneys to represent the state in case the U.S. attorney general or the Department of Justice does not sue to block the state law, which he or she would ultimately defend.
The attorney general, who is currently Republican Matt Heinz, has declined to file lawsuits. However, a number of groups, including the state Chamber of Commerce, have filed lawsuits on the state’s behalf, arguing the law is unconstitutional and will unfairly discriminate against Latinos. The attorneys general of several other Western states, including Utah and Nevada, have refused to file lawsuits, also citing the law’s discriminatory effects.
The law, passed earlier this year, requires police officers to check the status of people they stop and detained for other reasons against a federal database containing immigrants living in the country illegally.
SB1070 requires police officers to check for an alien registration number when they make a lawful stop or arrest. Under the