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Key Provisions of Ariz. Immigration Law Struck Down by High Court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down most challenged provisions of Arizona's immigration law, a move that at the very least raises new doubts about school-specific measures such as Alabama's requirement that school officials ask about the citizenship status of new students. My colleague, Mark Walsh, has all the details on The School Law Blog.

We will be following this closely and updating with more in-depth coverage of this and other education-related decisions.

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