Arizona Governor Vetoes “Sheriffs First” Bill

PHOENIX (April 12, 2012) – For all of her bluster and finger-shaking at  President Obama, it appears Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s commitment to the Tenth Amendment and state self-sufficiency only goes so far.

Citing the need to cooperate with “federal partners,” the Arizona governor vetoed HB2434 , which would have affirmed the county sheriffs as the chief constitutional law enforcement officers in the state and required federal law enforcement officers to notify them before taking any action in the county.  Continue reading at:

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