Daily Border Bulletin- U.S. Chamber endorses an immigration reform, Police departments in Arizona prepare for lawsuits, and more

The Daily Border Bulletin is up! Today´s stories include:

Chamber of Commerce endorses immigration reform- In an op-ed published in the McClatchy-Tribune newspapers, Thomas J. Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said that immigrants can strengthen economic growth, job creation, and competitiveness as this country faces a sluggish economic recovery and persistently high unemployment.

Police departments in Arizona prepare for lawsuits on the SB 1070- As the nation awaits the Supreme Court’s decision on  Arizona’s SB 1070 bill, opponents of the 2010 immigration law are preparing to sue police departments on claims that officers racially profile, while supporters are set to sue police agencies for failure to enforce the law, according to Fox News Latino.

Mexican economy grows faster than Brazil´s- After 17 years of macroeconomic stability, low inflation, manageable debt, an open economy and increasing competitiveness, the Mexican gross domestic product increased 3.9 percent in 2011, ahead of Brazil’s growth of 2.7 percent, reported The New York Times on Monday, June 18th.