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Arizona immigration law draws crowds at high court

Arizona immigration law draws crowds at high court: USATODAY.comUSATODAY.com
Thursday, 26 April 2012

Supporters and opponents gathered outside the Supreme Court as justices listened to oral arguments on the Arizona immigration law.
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Source: IBTimes.com - on April 24, 2012

News video: U.S. Supreme Court Ready to Tackle Controversial Arizona Immigration Law

U.S. Supreme Court Ready to Tackle Controversial Arizona Immigration Law

A clash over immigration law will go before the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday (April 25), pitting the state of Arizona against U.S. President Barack Obama in a case with election-year political ramifications for him and Republican rival Mitt Romney.

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