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Arizona's controversial immigration law goes before the highest court in the land tomorrow senate Democrats meantime are already figuring out what to do.
If Supreme Court justices uphold that law.
Chief Washington correspondent James Rosen on the latest fight over immigration reform.
What does an illegal immigrant dressed like thorny questions about race and law enforcement dominated senate judiciary subcommittee hearing held on the eve of Wednesday's oral argument to the US Supreme Court on the constitutionality.
Of Arizona's controversial immigration law.
Among other things SP 1070 require state police during a lawful stop or detention of a person to investigate that person's immigration status.
If the officers harbor suspicion the person is in the US illegally.
We do not help them in their job when we create laws like this which puts them in a position of calling people out.
Because of their status not because of the suspicion that even -- -- committed a crime.
The author of 107 you testified it addresses the crisis created by twelve million illegal aliens many of them criminals.
The sponsor of a repeal measure called it code for racial profiling I would propose that if.
Pearce and myself for walking down the street and in US law enforcement have picked out the person who they suspect would be here undocumented.
They're not going to be pointing at mr.
pierce they're going to be pointing at me.
Is a crime not erase it doesn't pick out any nationality.
Just so happens united -- -- who violated our immigration laws.
Come from a process southern border or are Hispanic if the Supreme Court upholds -- seventy New York Democrat Charles Schumer said -- sponsor along nullifying it.
Senate Republicans boycotted Schumer -- hearing.
The cases in the courts it's going to be argued tomorrow hand.
The timing of the -- suggested to us this was either an attempt to influence the court decision which would be improper.
Or simply to create a political sideshow Republican governor Jan Brewer who signed 1070 into law two years ago likewise declined Schumer is invitation to be a witness.
It -- all -- will be the political staff that there.
Performing today yet and that's been spent at a hearing.
It's unfortunate because of course I bet -- to address -- issue that evident that -- -- but now they wait to.
Until the potatoes border between court appeared -- it.
Fox News poll of registered voters nationwide conducted earlier this month found mostly in favor of SB 1070 by a margin of 65 to 31%.
More than eight in ten Republicans -- the law while Democrats are closer to being evenly split -- More on this -- the panel James.
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