This week, the Supreme Court ruled on Arizona's immigration law. They upheld one provision requiring police to check the immigration status of people they stop for other reasons.
In the next few days, opponents will ask a judge to put that provision on hold so they can challenge it in court. Opponents to the law argue it cannot be enforced without racial profiling.
Jon Feere, legal policy analyst for the Center for Immigration Studies, discussed the issue with Capital Insider.