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Doctors Rally

Fri, 05/06/2011 - 8:21am
Dr. Lanny Clyde Smith from New York, speaks to a crowd of medical professionals at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix, Ariz.

Dr. Lanny Clyde Smith from New York, speaks to a crowd of medical professionals at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix, Ariz. Thursday May 5, 2011. More than 300 doctors and other health professionals from around the nation gathered at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix to demand equal rights for immigrants. Protesters called Thursday for a national moratorium on future anti-immigrant laws modeled after Arizona's SB1070. Event organizers say such laws threaten the health care of a vulnerable minority community. Anti-immigrant law supporters have argued that such legislation saves states millions of dollars in health care services that should be reserved for legal residents. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Jack Kurtz)

Alicia Arenas, left, and Dr. Dalton McClelland, both from Tucson, Ariz., participate in the medical professionals' immigration protest at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix Thursday May 5, 2011.

Alicia Arenas, left, and Dr. Dalton McClelland, both from Tucson, Ariz., participate in the medical professionals' immigration protest at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix Thursday May 5, 2011. More than 300 doctors and other health professionals from around the nation gathered at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix to demand equal rights for immigrants. Protesters called Thursday for a national moratorium on future anti-immigrant laws modeled after Arizona's SB1070. Event organizers say such laws threaten the health care of a vulnerable minority community. Anti-immigrant law supporters have argued that such legislation saves states millions of dollars in health care services that should be reserved for legal residents. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Jack Kurtz)

 

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