Detaining Arizona

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Author(s) National Review editorial board
Source National Review
Date July 29, 2010
Quotes-start.png "“An increase in the number of requests for determinations of immigration,” she writes, “will divert resources from the federal government’s other responsibilities and priorities.” Earlier in her decision, Judge Bolton sets out the different kinds of preemption, e.g. field preemption (where federal regulation is so comprehensive it “occupies the field”) and conflict preemption (where a state law is at odds with a federal law). This is something utterly different: “We can’t be bothered to answer the phone” preemption." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Judge Bolton's ruling was justified on the topic United States of America v. Arizona.