Supreme Court's Immigration Ruling Leaves Legal Questions

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Stockton, the river-port city south of Sacramento, has twice topped Fortune magazine's list of America's most miserable places to live. On Wednesday, it might become the nation's largest city to declare bankruptcy. We hear what that means for public safety and other services most cities take for granted. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the Supreme Court has thrown out some of Arizona's tough immigration law, but not all. Has profiling by state and local police been legitimized? Could it be adopted by cities and counties in California?

Banner image: A TV camera is set up in front of the US Supreme Court June 25, 2012 in Washington, DC, as reporters await decisions on immigration and healthcare. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images



Warren Olney