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Supreme Court OKs sanctions law — is SB1070 next? (access required)

The nation’s highest court has determined there is room for states to enforce federal immigration laws regarding employment, a ruling that proponents and critics are now parsing for any indication on how the Supreme Court will view SB1070.

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