So I've heard so much hype about this bill, I just want to know the truth. I heard that you only need to provide ID when police have "legal contact" (aka, when you commit a crime). If so, what is the problem? Is it so terrible that you have to identify yourself when you commit a crime? I don't see anywhere that you have to have ID carried around with you all of the time. But think about this, don't you carry your driver's license pretty much everywhere you go? (Of course, I don't like the idea of forcing people to carry around ID, but again, I don't think that this bill requires that)
If what I've heard is true, then I don't see the big deal. Arizona has a HUGE kidnapping problem (Phoenix has the second highest kidnapping rate in the world), a huge violent crime problem, and they have to pay for benefits for these people. Why not allow them to enforce the federal law if the feds aren't going to do it?