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02/10/2014 08:30 am ET Updated Feb 10, 2014

Arizona County Considers 'Immigrant-Friendly Designation

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The Pima County Board of Supervisors will consider a measure Tuesday to make the county a little more friendly to immigrants.

The board will consider a nonbinding resolution declaring 9,188-square-mile Pima County to be an “immigrant-welcoming” community.

The largely symbolic measure comes more than a year after the city of Tucson passed a similar measure declaring itself to be an immigrant-welcoming city.

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