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SCOTUS Rules On Immigration Law

The Supreme Court ruled today on Arizona's immigration enforcement law. The decision upholds the "check your papers" portion of the statute, but voids the rest. We look at the political implications -- and consider the decision's effect on people in Arizona -- in our region and throughout the country.

Supreme Court Decision: Arizona et al. v. United States

The full text of the Supreme Court decision in Arizona et al., vs. the United States is below:

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