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Mexican anxiety over Arizona's immigration law

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On the eve of Arizona's tough new immigration law coming into effect, a judge stripped it of its most controversial provisions.

Many families and towns in Mexico rely heavily on money which is sent back from relatives working in the United States.

The BBC's Julian Miglierini went to one area in Central Mexico where tensions have been running high about the potential impact.

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