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Supreme Court Appears To Favor Arizona On Controversial Immigration Law

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Wednesday, 25 April 2012

WASHINGTON -- A majority of the Supreme Court on Wednesday morning appeared sympathetic to Arizona's argument that the most controversial elements of its immigration law offer a legitimate helping hand to federal immigration policy, rather than act as unconstitutional agents of chaos.

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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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