By Tom Curry, msnbc.com National Affairs Writer
The Supreme Court upheld one part of the Arizona immigration law but struck down other sections.
Text of the decision (PDF)The part of the law the justices upheld requires police officers stopping someone to make efforts to verify the person’s immigration status with the Federal Government.
The justices struck down three other parts of the law:
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