Supreme Court strikes down much of Arizona immigration law

The high court, however, let stand the provision for police to check immigration status of people they stop

The Supreme Court yesterday finally handed down its decision on one of the most highly anticipated issues on the docket.

In Arizona et al v. United States, the high court struck down the three harshest parts of the nation’s strictest and most controversial immigration law, which was signed into law by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on April 23, 2010.

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