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Did Supreme Court Arguments Change Your Mind About SB 1070 Surviving the Supreme Court?

SB 1070 got its (nth) day in court yesterday, with oral arguments being heard over the immigration law in the highest court of the land.

Check out Stephen Lemons' analysis on the fate of 1070.

The last time we polled our readers about what the Supreme Court would do with the law, nearly one-third said it would be upheld in part, half said it would go straight in the garbage, and less than 20 percent said SB 1070 as a whole will be the law of the land in Arizona.

Given the fact that we now know what grounds the law was argued on, let's try this one again.

What will the Supreme Court do with SB 1070?

Cast your vote below:


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