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Arizona Law Blocked, Inflaming Tensions over Immigration
Published on Wed, Jul 28, 2010
"The consensus from most of my colleagues is that it probably will go to the Supreme Court," said Mo Goldman, an immigration attorney in Tucson, Ariz., and a board member of the American Immigration Council.
AIC's Goldman, who applauded the decision, conceded the law was popular but said a backlash "remains to be seen."
"I think the majority of people just want to see our immigration system fixed by Congress and maybe this law ... will put additional pressure on Congress to get the job done, finally," he said.
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