"PAPERS PLEASE" law in Arizona is near a final decision and it looks good for the Americans! Arizona the gateway for illegal immigration may find some relief in the near future. August 22, 2012 PHOENIX, ARIZONA – The controversial “papers please” law from the SB 1070 Bill is being ruled on by Federal judge Susan Bolton from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. This part of the bill “would require police to question people they've stopped about their immigration status if there is reason to believe they are in the country illegally.” The Supreme Court has ruled two months ago that they rejected opposition from the Obama administration who maintained that the “papers please” provision was against the federal law. The pro-illegal alien lawyer wants to block the state from enforcing the “papers please” provision. It was argued that the law is illegal and it was made by racist lawmakers and it will be enforced by the racist police. They argued that the Hispanics would be targeted and stopped longer than necessary because of racial bias. Judge Susan Bolton said that it may not matter if some lawmakers were racially motivated in this case. The judge went on to say that the police officers who will enforce the law have given her no reason to think that they would discriminate against Hispanics in the future. The state attorney said “The law is aimed at those who cross the border illegally” and the Hispanics are the people who cross the border the most. He added, "Who else is coming across the border like Hispanics?" Judge Bolton will also rule on another section of the law that makes it a separate state crime for anyone to “transport, harbor, conceal or shield an illegal immigrant, or encourage or induce an illegal immigrant to come to or live in Arizona.” There is no indication at this time when Judge Bolton will rule on these two matters. SOURCE: Effort to block 'papers please' leaves US judge unconvinced http://azstarnet.com/news/local/border/effort-to-block-papers-please-leaves-us-judge-unconvinced/image_26a1a5d4-e7e9-5595-a235-e590aa60ccdc.html .