Brewer steps into the eye of the hurricane and comes to Tucsonby Pamela Powers Hannley on Apr. 27, 2010, under 2010 elections, Arizona, Democrats, Immigration, Jan Brewer, Politics, Raul Grijalva, Republicans, SB 1070, Tucson
Governor Jan Brewer, who signed the highly controversial anti-illegal immigration bill (SB1070) last week, will be in Tucson today, and citizens are lining up to “welcome” her.
Brewer will be attending the 96th Arizona Town Hall, “Building Arizona’s Future: Jobs, Innovation, and Competitiveness.
Derechos Humanos, a local civil rights organization, is calling for legal immigration supporters to protest Arizona’s “un-elected governor”. The rally will be noon – 3 p.m. outside of the Doubletree Hotel in midtown Tucson. Check the Derechos Humanos link for more information or join on facebook here.
According to National Public Radio, an estimated 3000 people rallied against SB1070 outside the capitol in Phoenix on Sunday, and 4500 rallied outside of Congressman Raul Grijalva’s office in Tucson on Saturday.
This article originally appeared in my Progressive Examiner column. Click on the link to see a video of Brewer signing the controversial bill.