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Feds want to chime in on AZ harboring ban in SB 1070

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The U.S. Department of Justice has asked an appeals court to let its lawyers participate in arguments over Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's bid to overturn a ruling that bars police from enforcing a minor More>>

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Protesters march in downtown Phoenix against SB 1070

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The Puente Movement is protesting, claiming SB 1070 has resulted in more racial profiling and deportations that have separated families. More>>

Critics of SB 1070 seek dismissal of appeal

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A coalition of groups challenging Arizona's immigration law are backing away from their appeal aimed at thwarting a U.S. Supreme Court ruling over the statute's most contentious section. More>>

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Civil rights case tests Arpaio's crime sweeps

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A federal court judge is tasked with deciding whether Sheriff Joe Arpaio's crime suppression sweeps are constitutional. More>>

Law professor: Justices must see past politics

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Despite the controversy surrounding Arizona's immigration law, the justices of the United States Supreme Court will face a basic legal question, according to a noted ASU law professor. More>>

Arizona takes on the Feds over immigration

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The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear oral Arguments in the legal fight over SB 1070 on Wednesday morning. More>>

Justices grill feds in SB 1070 case

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"Why don't you try to come up with something else?" That question summed up the federal government's day in court. More>>

SCOTUS ruling limits local immigration enforcement

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The court ruled that states did not have the authority to establish their own immigration policies or enforcement schemes. More>>

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Protesters march in Phoenix against SB 1070

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Approximately 50 people with banners and signs are marching in opposition to Arizona's landmark immigration bill, known as SB1070, signed into law three years ago. More>>

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Former state lawmaker Russell Pearce is accused of writing racist emails while in office to help get SB1070 passed. More>>

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Attorneys for the state of Arizona and the Obama administration are making their final preparations for a legal battle that will decide whether states have the right to enforce immigration law on their own terms. CBS 5 News' Morgan Loew is in Washington covering the story. More>>

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Read the full transcript of oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on Arizona's immigration enforcement law. More>>

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