Arizona Proposition 200
Proposition 200, an Arizona state initiative passed in November 2004 with 56% of the vote, require individuals to produce citizenship documents when voting or receiving government social services. The law also says that government employees that provide services to undocumented individuals could face misdemeanor charges.
- Support for Arizona Anti-Immigration Measure Declines - Feature Story - 9/15/04
- Latino Groups Poised to Challenge Anti-Immigrant Proposition 200 - Feature Story - 11/23/04