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Is the Supreme Court About to Mobilize Latino Voters?

Almost two years ago to the day, activists in Arizona assembled in front of the state capitol in Phoenix to protest SB 1070, the harsh immigration law that the Supreme Court heard oral arguments about on Wednesday. The activists' 100-day vigil signaled a growing political awakening of Arizona's Latino residents—a shift that could affect the outcome of this year's election and many more to come.
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Obama Is Going Up Against His Worst Nightmare In Today's Supreme Court Case On Arizona's Tough Immigration Laws

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

Last month's debate over the Affordable Care Act served as something of a preview of the Supreme Court's oral arguments in the Arizona SB 1070 case — or the the immigration law case, which begin today at 10 a.m. It's all about the p... Read Post

Supreme Court Appears Willing to Uphold Arizona Immigration Law

News : Reason (3 years ago)

Earlier today the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Arizona v. United States, the case arising from Arizona’s controversial immigration crackdown S.B. 1070. Judging by what I saw in the courtroom, a majority of the justices ... Read Post

VIDEO: SB 1070 Supporters Break Out The Hate In Front Of The Supreme Court: ‘Go Back To Your Third-World Armpit’

US Politics / Liberal : Think Progress (3 years ago)

WASHINGTON, DC — As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments today on the constitutionality of Arizona’s “papers, please!” immigration law, supporters rallied outside with hate-filled jabs at Latinos and immigrants in general. Though ... Read Post


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