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3 Things to Know About the Challenge to Arizona's Immigration Law

Rachel Maddow/Flickr The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on SB 1070, Arizona's controversial immigration law, on Wednesday. Here are three tidbits to keep in mind: There are four separate provisions at issue. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals prevented four parts of Arizona's SB 1070 immigration law from taking effect: A provision compelling police to question the immigration status of individuals they suspect are undocumented A provision allowing police to arrest such individuals without a warrant A provision making it a state crime to work without authorization A provision making it a state crime for immigrants to walk around without their federal papers (hence why detractors refer to SB 1070 as Arizona's "papers please" law) "It's conceivable that the court could rule for the federal government on some sections and for Arizona on others," says Omar Jadwat, a senior staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union's Immigrant Rights Project.
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