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Supreme Court set to hear Arizona Immigration Law Case

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The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the following case today: Chamber of Commerce of the United States v. Whiting, 09-115.


The case involves the constitutionality of an Arizona state law that requires employers to check the immigration status of job applicants through a federal computer database, despite the fact that the federal law makes such checks voluntary. The Arizona law provides for the revocation of the business license of state companies that hire undocumented workers. The question presented is whether these provisions in the Arizona State law are pre-empted by federal immigration laws.


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Filed: May 28, 2010 (Grant, limited to question 1)


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  1. Richard Fusilier's Avatar
    This problem derives from the failure to enforce 0r administer immigration related laws and the defense for not doing so is based on the very same rationale. It is obviously now biased in favor of "crossing" our laws, promoted over the last few decades by the haphazard manner we have carelessly administered our immigration processes. It appears that now that illegal immigrants in many centers dominate, even managing to get elected to office, (I'm not certain of our President!) the market place, reporting of news, scholastics, thus the economy., labor etc. We have reached the top of the bottle and the lid has to be screwed on. We have been invaded and taken over, thats plain to see.
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