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Justices Strike Down Parts Of Ariz. Immigration Law

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The Supreme Court struck down key provisions of Arizona's restrictive immigration law on Monday. But it upheld — for now — a central section known as the "show-me-your-papers" provision. The 5-3 decision warned, however, that the court could ultimately strike down that provision, too.
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