Us Supreme Court

SB 1070 Decision Still Leaves Doubt about Who’s Enforcing What

The Supreme Court ruled today to preempt three of four SB 1070 provisions. While it’s good that undocumented workers will not be criminalized over employment and that police cannot make unwarranted arrests, the racial profiling provision of the law, i.e. … Continued

Immigration

Two Year Waiting Game: SCOTUS to Hear Arguments on SB 1070 This Week

On Wednesday, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments on Arizona’s contentious anti-immigrant law, SB 1070. Mired in controversy since its introduction in 2010, SB 1070 was, at the time of its passing, the harshest anti-immigrant legislation in the nation. … Continued

Immigration
Politics

Another Story from New Haven: Project Restart

By Andrew Grant-Thomas Some readers will know about Ricci v. DeStefano, a case filed by white firefighters in New Haven, CT, my home town, after the City invalidated the results of a test that would have promoted 15 whites, one … Continued