Two-sided immigration battle pits border control against migrant worker program
The Arizona Supreme Court last month shot down three of four provisions of the state’s immigration law, making it clear that it’s Congress that holds the immigration policy key. The original law was passed in 2010 but most of the provisions were blocked last year by an appeals court decision.
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