Supreme Court “Receptive” to Arizona Immigration Law
Written by Pat's Papers | Thursday, 26 April 2012 8:53 AM
The Supreme Court seems “receptive” to the core elements of Arizona’s controversial immigration law, reports the Washington Post this morning. Justices on both sides of the political aisle expressed skepticism that the state’s mandatory immigration status check of anyone stopped by the police violated Congress’s ability to regulate national immigration policy, which is what the Obama administration is arguing.
SOURCE: Washington Post
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