July 2, 2012
At long last, on Monday, the United States Supreme Court, in a 5-3 vote,
issued its opinion regarding Arizona’s controversial immigration enforcement
law. The Court struck down several key sections of Arizona’s tough immigration
enforcement statute, “S.B. 1070” (although H.B. 2162 amended S.B. 1070 and was
the version enacted, the law is still referred to as S.B. 1070). However, the
Court upheld Section 2(B) which requires state police to check the immigration
status of individuals they stop, detain, or arrest if “reasonable suspicion
exists” that the person is unlawfully present in the United States.
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