The US Supreme Court issued its ruling this morning on Arizona's Immigration Law. According to Al.com, the Court upheld the provision permitting law enforcement officials to check on the immigration status of during an arrest or other contact. Many of the other provisions of the Arizona law were blocked by the Court. Since the 11th Circuit has been waiting on this ruling to address Alabama's Immigration Law, an opinion could follow shortly. I will provide a more detailed analysis shortly, once I have the opportunity to read the decision.
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