North Carolina opponents of a tough new Arizona immigration law are marching to protest what they fear will be racial profiling against Hispanics.
The Arizona law taking effect Thursday was diluted by a federal judge, but protesters say they'll still march on the state Capitol Building in Raleigh to voice their opposition.
North Carolina Justice Center organizer Fernando Mejia says his group gets complaints about racial profiling across the state. Organizers say they want an end to immigration raids and deportations and develop a fair immigration policy.
A federal judge Wednesday blocked a provision in the Arizona law that required officers to check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws
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