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One should note that Arizona's Legal Workers Act (LAWA) has been in effect since January 2008 -- and hasn't been enforced. Even if the SCOTUS upholds the 9th Court ruling OKing LAWA and others like it, few state and local governments are going to enforce such statutes against pillars of the business community. Who, incidentally, contribute generously to the political campaigns of their choice.

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