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Just when you thought being an immigrant couldn’t possibly get any more fun, the Supreme Court went ahead and made sure things would get a little interesting after they were recently asked to make a few decisions regarding Arizona’s immigration laws.

Arizona was preparing to pass Senate Bill 1070, and while it may have passed by area legislators, the Supreme Court struck down many major provisions in the bill, leaving only one — the most controversial provision of all — intact.

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