Is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?

By | May 1, 2012

Since the Supreme Court just finished hearing oral arguments in the case surrounding Arizona’s new immigration law, I figured now is a good time to repost a video I did a while back on that topic.

Bottom line – is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?  No.  As long as it doesn’t conflict with federal immigration law.

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One thought on “Is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?

  1. Martin Gomez

    I think Obama is a joke greedy and is a traitor for the Latino community to be suckered and fall for his lies again, it’s not likely to happen i bet he has hispanics assisting him in the white house that is called hiprocat the only white house i have been in is in the portable toilet company that rents these johns called the white house

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