Portion Of Indiana’s Immigration Law Has Been Rendered Invalid – NBCNews.com

Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- The Indiana Attorney General's Office say they will no longer defend a portion of the state's new immigration law because it has been rendered invalid by the U.S. Supreme Court struck down similar parts of an Arizona law.
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