The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled on the 2010 Arizona immigration law, upholding one key element and striking down three other parts of the state legislation, which has continued to be a hot-button issue within the restaurant industry. By a unanimous 8-0 vote, the decision handed down by Justice Anthony Kennedy upheld the aspect of the law that grants Arizona police officers the authority to check the immigration status of people they choose to stop for any ...
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