Supreme Court reins in Arizona immigration law, but leaves key provision in place

The Supreme Court on Monday struck down much of Arizona’s controversial immigration law, but it upheld for now a key provision that requires police officers to check the immigration status of those they suspect may be in the country illegally. 

The provision on mandatory checks during routine stops will now kick back to a lower court for review and still could still be subject to challenge. The rest of the ruling, though, definitively strikes down three other provisions in the Arizona law.   Read More… and be sure to watch the video in this article : Supreme Victory-and-Loss…

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