Provisions of Arizona Immigration Crackdown Struck Down by the Supreme Court

By: AP
By: AP

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The state of Arizona can't require all immigrants to carry immigration registration papers, and it can't make it a crime for an illegal immigrant to hold a job. Those are among the provisions of the state's immigration crackdown that were struck down today by the Supreme Court. But the justices didn't toss out a provision requiring police to check the immigration status of someone they suspect is in the country illegally. Still, police are prohibited from arresting people on minor immigration charges.


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  • by Anonymous on Jun 25, 2012 at 01:04 PM
    Why don't we just keep all the illegals we got now being they are here already. We've had a couple wars and lost ? many people, so why not just replace them with illegals. Give them a leg up. If we was going to war with buckets of rocks, don't we need a lot of people to throw them ?
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