Indiana immigration law partially unconstitutional, says attorney generalPublished: Aug 1, 2012 11:45 am By: Chris Sikich
"Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller conceded Tuesday that a key portion of the state’s anti-illegal-immigration law is unconstitutional, and it appears unlikely lawmakers will revise the statute anytime soon to make it enforceable.
Zoeller’s decision comes after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling June 25 to strike down similar measures in Arizona law. In the aftermath, legal scholars said the far-reaching implications of the ruling doomed sections of Indiana’s law."
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