January 22, 2009
With almost no notice from the media or immigration bar, the California Supreme Court — the most influential state high court in the nation on immigration law — issued an opinion that significantly expanded the authority of state and local governments to enforce federal immigration law and of state courts to adjudicate violations of such laws. … Read the full story by Michael Hethmon.
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