High court's stance could spur immigration laws

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    Not necessarily.

    The High Court is only reviewing the issue of Federal supremacy as it pertains to preemption doctrine.

    There are other civil rights suits pending the outcome of this case. These suits address 4th Amendment search and seizure issues, 5th and 6th Amendment due process violations, and 14th Amendment equal protection concerns.

    These lawmakers might very well be enacting legislation that will at some point be invalidated by the Court:

    As far as conservatives are concerned, that would indeed be the case.
     
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    Youre only protected by the law and constitution if you are a us citizen.
     

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