AirTalk for July 28, 2010

Federal judge blocks parts of Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070: what exactly will be implemented tomorrow?

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A boy wears buttons opposing Arizona's new immigration enforcement law SB 1070

The most controversial parts of Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070, will not go into effect tomorrow. Judge Susan Bolton's injunction does not stop the law as a whole from being implemented. On what grounds did she temporarily strip provisions from the law that would have required police to check the immigration status of people stopped, detained or arrested? Will local law enforcement still be able to check immigration status under ICE's 287(g) program?


Nadine Arroyo Rodriguez, KJZZ reporter who covers Latino Affairs; she is at the federal court house in Phoenix right now

Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, UC Irvine School of Law

John Eastman, Former Dean and Professor, Chapman University School of Law; Founding Director, Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence

Angelica Salas, Executive Director, CHIRLA (Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles)

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