Last week, a federal judge blocked parts of Arizona’s new immigration law just ahead of it going into effect. The New York Times writes that a judge issued a preliminary injunction on the part of the law requiring police officers to determine someone’s immigration status if that person has been stopped for other reasons. The judge also blocked the section that says legal immigrants could face state charges if they don’t carry documented proof of their immigration status.
TODAY'S QUESTION: How should lawmakers address immigration challenges?
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