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By the time we get to Phoenix

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Q&A: A fifth-generation ex-Minuteman on SB 1070

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Al Garza is the former executive director and vice-president of the Arizona-based Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. The group disbanded in March. Garza now heads Patriot's Coalition, a conservative activist group with an anti-illegal immigration component.

Q&A: Kevin R. Johnson of UC Davis on SB 1070

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Photo courtesy of UC Davis School of Law

More on L.A's 'food deserts' now

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Just a quick reminder that 89.3 KPCC's Patt Morrison will continue exploring the lack of healthy food options in low-income neighborhoods in a second installment of Navigating LA's Food Deserts this afternoon.

In the news this morning

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As the clocks ticks toward the implementation of Arizona's SB 1070 on Thursday - with no court decision yet - the national media is focused on Phoenix. A few stories from there and elsewhere:

Report examines treatment of mentally ill in immigration court and detention system

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Arizona-bound buses to leave from Dodger Stadium

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In the news this morning

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WIth Arizona's SB 1070 anti-illegal immigration law set to take effect Thursday and a court decision on its fate expected at any time, most of the top immigration stories continue to come out of Arizona, where 89.