Scott, who campaigned on the issue, said this morning that law enforcement officers should be able to ask for immigration documentation, including during routine traffic stops.

Meanwhile, the House committee chaired by the representative who introduced an Arizona-style law began weighing other, less aggressive forms of enforcement.

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