(CNN) - The Supreme Court ruled largely in favor of the U.S. on Arizona's immigration law on Monday, but it upheld the most controversial provision involving police checks on people's immigration status.
So what did we learn and what can we glean from their decision? Bill Mears, CNN's Supreme Court producer, breaks down the decision piece by piece:
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Hope it is not a diversion from healthcare law wich is a dire need of America..this ruling ought not divert....USA needs healthcare law.