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  • 10 Jul 2012
    Susan F. Martin

    Immigration Reform: Back to the Federal Government

    In invalidating most of Arizona’s controversial immigration law, the Supreme Court has put the onus of immigration reform (or lack thereof) back where it belongs—with the U.S. Congress. The majority on the Court correctly held that immigration policy rests firmly with the federal government. With the Arizona decision out of the way, the difficult work remains in crafting federal immigration policy that meets the demands of the twenty first century.

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