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Arpaio to March 200 Illegal Immigrants to New Tents on Same Day His Captain to Appeal Fine for Illegal Campaign Donation

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The hearing takes place at 10 a.m., while the forced march is scheduled for 1 p.m.

Sure, it's interesting that Arpaio wants to keep a few illegal immigrants behind an electrified fence in canvas tents. But the campaign finance story -- with its wisps of corruption and cover-up -- has much greater implications for Arpaio's legacy.

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