Jon Feere Thanks for the kind words. The sections have been upheld by lower courts on various grounds. Still, we may see these provisions brought before the courts again, including Section 2(b) -- the section upheld by the Supreme Court. Supporters of open borders are very well-funded, oftentimes by unscrupulous businesses trying to keep the cheap labor flowing. They have vowed to search for any problematic enforcement (ie, racial profiling). The White House has even set up a hotline for people to report a claim. While any law in any jurisdiction has the potential to result in racial profiling, I do not think that opponents of SB1070 will be able to prove the law necessitates profiling. SB1070 prohibits use of race as a factor in enforcement.