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High Court May Back Part Of Ariz. Immigration Law

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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday to the Obama administration's challenge to Arizona's controversial immigration law. One of the law's "show me your papers" provisions requires police, on reasonable suspicion, to detain anyone stopped for any reason until the person's immigration status is determined.
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