States Consider How to Revise Laws After Supreme Court Verdict
"Now that the Supreme Court has ruled on Arizona's immigration law, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has told lawyers involved in lawsuits challenging Alabama and Georgia immigration laws for their opinion on the impact of the High Court's decision," says Fox News Latino. "In Oklahoma, one state lawmaker vowed to resurrect a proposal cracking down on illegal immigration. Last year, Sen. Ralph Shortey sponsored legislation that would have allowed police to confiscate property belonging to undocumented immigrants. The Oklahoma City Republican said he would "absolutely" resurrect that proposal, adding that the Supreme Court ruling -- in his view -- says states can enforce immigration laws."