America is changing, with cities becoming increasingly majority minority — a status the country will attain in the next few decades. But as America changes, uncomfortable fault lines are being put on display.
Few people associated the candidacy of Barack Obama with a "get tough" approach to illegal immigration. But the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, better known as ICE, has stepped up deportations under President Obama.
We'll be speaking with Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa about how Latino communities are looking at the ruling, and Marshall Larry Talvy, who polices Tombstone, Arizona, about what the down-to-the-wire ruling means for on-the-ground law enforcement.
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