The U.S. Supreme Court handed a small victory to the Obama Administration on Monday, ruling against key parts of the controversial Arizona immigration law.
The court agreed that three of the four provisions of the law are unconstitutional.
However, the court upheld the most controversial aspect of the law, allowing local law enforcement officers to attempt to verify the immigration status of a person who has been stopped or detained for violating other laws, including moving vehicle violations.
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