The Supreme Court on Monday rejected much of Arizona’s immigration law, including a ruling that Arizona police cannot arrest someone based solely on suspicion they are in the country illegally. But, the court let stand part of the law that requires police to check the immigration status of someone they stop or detain for some other offense, if there is “reasonable suspicion” the person is in the country illegally, according to The Washington Post. The court’s ...

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