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Court upholds key part of Arizona immigration law

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The Supreme Court on Monday struck down several provisions of Arizona's immigration law but upheld its most controversial element, a requirement that local police check the immigration status of anyone they suspect is in the country illegally. In reviewing a law that served as a model for immigration statutes in several other states, the court struck down a provision that required immigrants to...

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