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Score one for the Obama Administration today as the  US Supreme Court ruled  that most of Arizona's tough immigration law violated federal authority.

The US Supreme Court: Immigration and Politics

Score one for the Obama Administration today as the US Supreme Court ruled that most of Arizona's tough immigration law violated federal authority.

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