This is our chance to bring illegal immigration to the front so they know why the Sheriffs, and Police Departments have to enforce 287g to slow the invasion.
If we can't speak inside, we can stand outside with our posters. Please gather up friends and family to come outside the City's Council Chambers to advocate for the continued enforcement of 287g Send this to your lists and let everyone know we need to show the numbers like the illegals do. There is strength in numbers.
Senators to hear Ariz. officials on menace of border violence
More on this topic
If you go
What: The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearing on border violence.
When: 9 a.m. April 20.
Where: Phoenix City Council chambers, 200 W. Jefferson St., Phoenix.
Details: The public will be allowed inside on a first-come, first-served basis. The audience may not comment or ask questions
. The public may submit testimony to Sen. John McCain's office, and it could be added
to the committee's record later. Send mail to 5353 N. 16th St. Suite 105, Phoenix, AZ, 85016.
More on violence in Mexico
pano Border panoramas | slideshow Along the Arizona border
slideshow Escalating violence in Mexico
slideshow Returning home to Mexico
slideshow Border crime unit at work
document The border fence
Napolitano says drug cartels under pressure
As Mexico battles cartels, army is now law
Mexico arrests key drug cartel suspect
Napolitano: Drug cartels threaten U.S. cities
Mexico captures 1 of 24 'most-wanted' trafficker
Clinton in Mexico as cartel crackdown begins
Phoenix mayor Gordon testifies in DC
US Cabinet members descend on Mexico City
Mexico's woes draw renewed U.S. focus
Mexico captures cartel leader without a shot
Retired general takes over Ciudad Juarez security
Border Patrol uses music to cross a cultural line
Mexican drug gangs' weaponry fit for war
Drug war may hurt Mexico's ruling party
Police find 9 bodies in Mexican border city
Homeland Security plans for border violence
Obama considers National Guard in border drug war
5 human heads found in coolers in Mexico
Mexican president denies country is 'failed state'
Mexico's AG says drug violence peaking
Sweeping arrests target Mexican drug cartels
Northern Mexico awash in bloodshed