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SUPREME COURT MAY CONSIDER CHALLENGE TO ARIZONA LAW

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This would be a critical development that would finally resolve the issue of what role states can play regulating immigration. The Arizona law allows the state to revoke business licenses for employers that knowingly hire unauthorized workers and also mandates employers use the E-Verify system.

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    Partly as a result of this and cumbersome process in evaluating who is illegal and who is not, businesses are moving out of the state resulting in a spike in unemployment. Normally, Arizona is least affected by recession but Hispanic population (legal and illegal) moving out of the state may result in fewer electoral votes next time around and possibly contributed to the worsening of the financial crisis in the state.
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