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The Supreme Court today unanimously upheld a key provision of Arizona S.B. 1070 – a provision of the law that gives police authority to check the immigration status of a person while enforcing other laws if ‘reasonable suspicion’ exists that […]

It’s a tactic that has become the hallmark of his presidency. President Obama declaring a change in U.S. immigration law. No Congressional action. No court decision. Just another executive decision. This time changing immigration law to permit young people who […]

No one knows exactly when the Supreme Court will issue its decisions in the ObamaCare and Arizona immigration cases. No one except the Justices and those who work for them. In a world where leaks abound, the Supreme Court is one of […]

It was a very good day for the State of Arizona at the U.S. Supreme Court. During oral arguments before eight Justices (Justice Elena Kagan recused herself from this case), it became clear that a majority of the Justices seem […]

It is a critically important week at the U.S. Supreme Court. In a term that includes several blockbuster cases, the Justices will hear oral arguments on Wednesday on the constitutionality of Arizona’s immigration law, S.B. 1070. S.B. 1070 made it a […]

In a little more than two months, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Arizona law S.B. 1070 – a constitutionally-sound measure that is critical to the protection of Arizona’s residents and borders. This immigration law has been declared […]

With the Supreme Court poised to act on Arizona’s law targeting illegal immigrants in the coming months, a new legal challenge regarding illegal immigration is winding its way through the federal court system – this time it’s Alabama’s measure under […]

When the Supreme Court announced yesterday that it will consider the Arizona immigration case to determine whether this measure is constitutional, something else happened. Justice Elena Kagan, who served as Solicitor General for President Obama before being nominated and confirmed […]

The Supreme Court of the United States has taken yet another hot button issue this term. Today the high court agreed to hear Arizona’s appeal on its immigration law – a case that we had urged the high court to […]

It’s not surprising – another lawsuit by the federal government – targeting South Carolina’s new immigration law. Not surprising, but certainly misplaced. South Carolina, like many other states, are facing the reality that they must now protect their citizens and […]

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