States move cautiously on immigration after Supreme Court ruling
Published on Tue, Jun 26, 2012
IPC staff lawyer Ben Winograd was quoted in a CBS article about the effect of the Supreme Court case over SB 1070 on other states:
For the states that have the same provisions as Arizona, the Court's decision provides clarity.
"To the extent that they have identical provisions, it's open and shut," staff attorney Ben Winograd with the American Immigration Council said.
Winograd says that the additional court cases will provide much more clarity.
"Based on the Supreme Court decision alone, I would be surprised" if the states move forward with their laws in the short term, Winograd said.
Published in the CBS News | Read Article
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