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The US Supreme Court ruled today on Arizona's controversial Immigration Law. Though the 5-3 decision struck down most of the law, it let stand a controversial provision that requires police to check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws if there is "reasonable suspicion" that the person is an illegal immigrant. Many believe this will still lead to "profiling." Where do you stand?
 
Also the Court declined to have another look at its 2010 campaign finance decision, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. In a 5-to-4 vote, the majority summarily reversed a decision of the Montana Supreme Court that had refused to follow the Citizens United decision. Do you believe corporations should continue to be afforded some of the same constitutional rights as flesh and blood citizens? Does money equate to speech? Campaigns that spend the most, win over 95% of the time. Do you approve of over 95% of our elected public servants?

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