SCOTUS rules on AZ immigration law

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By NBC’s Dave Carl

Just after the show ended today,  the Supreme Court struck down pieces of Arizona’s immigration law but upheld the piece that requires police to check identification for individuals stopped or arrested whom they suspect may be in the U.S. illegally. The Washington Post’s Dan Balz, former RNC chair Michael Steele and AP’s Liz Sidoti were on today’s panel just minutes before the decision was handed down with their takes on the ongoing immigration debate.

msnbc.com’s Tom Curry has all that’s fit to print on the ruling and what it means for Arizona immigrants.

 

The Arizona Immigration ruling wasn’t the only one handed down on Monday.  Per CNBC.com, a campaign finance law in Montana, with national implications, was stricken down this morning.

SCOTUS rules on AZ immigration law

Updated