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Jose Calderon, the president of the Hispanic Federation, holds up a copy of the 2014 National Immigration Score Card that was produced by his and other immigrant-advocacy organizations. (Cronkite News Service photo by Aubree Abril)

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Scorecard on immigration votes splits Arizona lawmakers on party lines

WASHINGTON - All four Republican representatives from Arizona got a zero on a new national scorecard that rated all House members for their votes on nine immigration-related measures and statements on the issue.Arizona's Democrats fared better on the 2014 National Immigration Score Card, released Monday by a coalition of 10 immigration advocacy groups, getting scores ranging from 73 to 100 percent.