In US v. Arizona the United States seeks to _____ invalid and preliminarily and permanently _____ the enforcement of S.B. 1070, as amended and _____ by the State of Arizona, because S.B. 1070 is _____ by federal law and therefore violates the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution.
enacted enjoin preempted declare
The plaintiff argues that the federal government has _____ authority to regulate immigration _____ under the US Constitution and that a state may not establish its own immigration _____ or _____ state laws in a manner that interferes with the federal immigration laws. The Constitution and the federal immigration laws do not permit the development of a _____ of state and local immigration policies throughout the country.
matters policy preeminent patchwork enforce
S.B. 1070’s provisions, working in concert and separately, seek to _____ and punish _____ entry and presence by requiring, whenever practicable, the determination of immigration _____ during any lawful stop by the police where there is “reasonable suspicion” that an individual is _____ present, and by establishing new state criminal _____ against _____ present aliens.
unlawful deter sanctions unlawfully(2) status
The US maintains that the Arizona legislation pursues only one goal – “_____” – and ignores the many other objectives that Congress has established for the federal immigration system. And even in pursuing _____, S.B. 1070 _____ federal _____ priorities and resources that focus on aliens who _____ a threat to national security or public safety. If allowed to _____,
pose disrupts enforcement go into effect attrition(2)
the US charges, 1070’s mandatory enforcement _____ will _____ with and _____ the federal government’s careful balance of immigration _____ priorities and objectives. For example, it will impose significant and counterproductive _______ on the federal agencies charged with enforcing the national immigration _____, diverting resources and attention from the dangerous aliens who the federal government targets as its top _____ priority.
conflict undermine enforcement(2) scheme(2) burdens
It will cause the _____ and _____ of authorized visitors, immigrants, and citizens who do not have or _____ identification documents specified by the statute, or who otherwise will be swept into the _____ of S.B. 1070’s “_____ through _____” approach.
harassment detention carry ambit attrition enforcement
The US states that Congress, which _____ exclusive authority for establishing alien _____ categories and setting the conditions of aliens’ entry and continued presence, has _____ decided that _____ presence – standing alone – should not subject an alien to criminal _____ and incarceration although unlawful presence may subject the alien to the civil _____ of removal.
status affirmatively holds penalties unlawful remedy
The United States seeks the following _____: (1) a _____ judgment stating that Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070 are invalid, null, and _____ ; (2) a _____ and a permanent injunction against the State of Arizona, and its officers, agents, and employees, prohibiting the _____ of Sections 1-6 of S.B. 1070.
declaratory relief preliminary enforcement void