Governor says he'll talk immigration problems with Fox
SACRAMENTO (AP) - Governor Schwarzenegger says he'll tell Mexican President Vincente Fox that his government needs to do more to stop illegal immigration into the United States when the two meet tomorrow.
But Schwarzenegger says he won't get confrontational and suggest that Mexico should pay for health care, education, incarceration and other state costs incurred by undocumented immigrants.
Fox is scheduled to spend tomorrow and Friday in California at the tail end of a four-day trip to the United States. It will be his first visit to the state since 2001.
It comes as illegal immigration has resurfaced as one of the top political issues in the United States.
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