Supreme Court to hear Arizona immigration law challenge: What should happen, and what will?

The Supreme Court on Monday said it would review Arizona’s restrictive immigration law. Since the bill’s inception (it was signed into state law in April 2010), it has been the source of much national debate.

What do you think should happen when the Supreme Court hears this case — Arizona v. United States — and what do you think will happen?

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