Will Arizona-Inspired Illegal immigration Laws Run Afoul of Constitution?

Courts are beginning to allow the so-called "show me your papers" clauses of tough new state immigration laws to take effect. But they're warning states that the US Constitution frowns on any hint of profiling. The US Supreme Court in June upheld "show me your papers" provisions in Arizona, which allow law-enforcement officials to ask for the immigration documents of people they suspect might be in the country illegally during routine stops. Now, lower courts are beginning to lift injunctions...Full Story
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