- "I don't think the Arizona law, or laws like it, are the solution," Morton said." (item at end of article).
- First, the Arizona law is nothing more than a mirror of existing federal law. If that isn't good enough, "laws like it" will cover existing federal law. The Tribune allows an Obama official to say--well into his term of office--that he disregards current federal law, and lets this stand without amplification. The Tribune places this item at the tail end of the article-where many won't see it.
- "The law makes it a crime to be in the state illegally and requires police to check suspects for immigration paperwork."...
- Perhaps the Tribune reporter went to public schools and is not well educated.