Arizona Senate Bill 1070 has become a flashpoint for the debate over how to enforce immigration in the U.S. and has served as a blueprint for five other states that adopted similar laws the following year. Dozens of protesters for and against the law rallied at the base of the court steps as police kept watch over the growing crowd. STORY: Supreme Court weighs fate of immigration law PHOTOS: High court reviews Ariz. immigration law Opponents of the law chanted “Hey Ho, 1070 has got to go!” Members of church groups held a large sign that read “Standing on the side of love.” A smaller group of people supporting the law from the American Council of Immigration Reform held signs proclaiming “Thank you Arizona” and “SB1070 supports federal immigration law, President Obama doesn’t.” What’s under review? The Supreme Court will decide on four provisions of Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration law, known as SB 1070, that have been blocked by federal courts….

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