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On the docket today finally that moment is here SP 771077.
SB 107 India's law and it is considered one of the toughest in the nation so the justices will now refereeing this clash.
Between the Obama administration.
And the state of Arizona Michigan and Shannon brings on the steps outside the courthouse is -- a good morning to you how to do opponents of the law.
Plan to convince the justices that this should not -- We'll -- -- did not do may be able to hear quite a few protesters out here today dozens of them gathered chanting here for and against this lock.
Of those opposed the loss say that -- is -- a case of states going too far that the bags basically preempting this is their area this is their authority to regulate immigration.
I talk with Cecilia one of the ACLU's been involved with fights over a number of similar state loss.
She -- there's also the issue of public policy that this is all about legalizing racial discrimination here's a bit of what she told us.
So why is going to cause significant civil rights problems throughout Arizona and other laws that are gonna consider similar legislation.
Regardless of the Supreme Court outcome.
Which is just about the issue of whether the state laws.
Go outside the boundaries of state power.
And interfere with the federal government's control over immigration matters.
And they'll there are four different provisions of the -- at issue here today so the supporters of the law had a they respond to that claim Shannon.
-- in Arizona say it's an absolute necessity in their opinion the federal government has not done its job and enforcing immigration lost.
Up by the estimates of the department of climate security they're 360000.
Illegal immigrants in Arizona alone we talked to cookies -- Sheriff Larry Deaver about it he said he needs this lot of help him do his job and issues of racial profiling will not be tolerated here's what he had set.
It's interesting that department adjustments did not argue that a million in their presentation.
This whole racial profiling concept they didn't cut.
Because they understand.
That this is the only law in Arizona on the books that prohibits racial profiling.
It actually goes in great -- -- defines.
What these the areas of -- reasonable suspicion.
-- pro cause our is constraints for enforcing the law.
By the way brand new Fox News poll says that 65% of those surveyed say they support this law like the -- in Arizona 31% say they oppose -- 4% are unsure.
But it's and I dozens inside -- the only ones who matter when it comes this -- it's only eight because justice Kagan is actually recused herself and so we'll wait to see how of the vote turns out.
Now we shall busy day long day for you Shannon and an interest -- -- thank Shannon Bream at the Supreme Court.
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