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Kansans react to high court ruling on immigration
“My concern is that other states are going to try to copy this law,” said Emira Palacios of the Sunflower Community Action group, when she heard about Monday’sU.S. Supreme Courtruling. In a split decision the high court struck down several portions of the controversial Arizona immigration law passed in May of 2010. But it still allows Arizona law enforcement to check the immigration status of anyone suspected of being in the country illegally.
By Pilar Pedraza
June 25, 2012