Reaction to Supreme Court Arizona Immigration Law Ruling
Opponents of the Arizona immigration law reacted to the Supreme Court’s decision on the law. The Court upheld the provision that… read more
Opponents of the Arizona immigration law reacted to the Supreme Court’s decision on the law. The Court upheld the provision that requires police officers review a person’s immigration status if they suspect that person is in the country illegally. The Court, however, rejected three others provisions, ruling that the state cannot criminalize illegal immigrants seeking work, allow officers to arrest people without a warrant if the officer has probable cause to believe the person is an illegal immigrant, and make it a crime for immigrants to be in Arizona without their immigration papers. close
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People in this video
- Bhargava, Deepak Executive Director Center for Community Change
- Hincapie, Marielena Executive Director National Immigration Law Center
- Medina, Eliseo Executive Vice President Service Employees International Union
- Pauk, George Resident Arizona
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