Immigration overreach by states, towns

By The Times editorial board

 

December 1, 2013 Last year, when the Supreme Court struck down the noxious Arizona law known as SB 1070, it sent a clear message to states seeking to enact their own immigration laws: Don't do it.

 

http://www.latimes.com/opinion/editorials/la-ed-rentals-immigration-hazleton-farmers-branch-20131201,0,6377153.story#ixzz2mLgbsrKw

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