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Reactions to the Supreme Court Ruling on SB1070
Reactions to the Supreme Court Ruling on SB1070

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AIR DATE: June 28, 2012

The Supreme Court laid out one of its most anticipated decisions on Monday: whether or not Arizona cops could determine whether someone is an illegal immigrant under the so-called "show me your papers" law, SB1070.  The Court upheld that main provision, but cut down three pertaining to the state.  So how did citizens and public officials respond to the news in Arizona and the border region?  We check in with KJZZ legislative reporter Mark Brodie.
 
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Mark Brodie, legislative reporter, KJZZ

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