The leftwingtards probably figured that one out by now ~ and so did the rest of the majority in this case.
Now, what does that mean about the rest of the law ~ well, Congress can authorize the states to enforce federal immigration law if they wish. The claim of federal pre-emption was not exclusive ~ and the reference was to the degree Congress has already allowed states to do various things.
Up to Boehner.
“The justices were careful, though, to leave the door wide open to future challenges. “This opinion does not foreclose other preemption and constitutional challenges to the law as interpreted and applied after it goes into effect.”
Napolitano has ordered the feds not to cooperate with Arizona law enforcement.
Napolitano Says DHS Will Continue to Decide Which Illegals to Detain, Deport Despite SCOTUS Decision
By Edwin Mora
June 25, 2012
(CNSNews.com) - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Monday that her agency will remain focused on prioritizing the removal of certain aliens despite the Supreme Court decision on Arizonas anti-illegal immigration law.
Napolitano added that the Supreme Court decision will not interfere with the Obama administrations newly employed policy not to deport certain young illegals.
“I am pleased that the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed that state laws cannot dictate the federal governments immigration enforcement policies or priorities. DHS remains focused on enhancing public safety and the integrity of our border by prioritizing enforcement resources on those who are in the country unlawfully and committing crimes, those who have repeatedly violated our immigration laws, and those who recently crossed our borders illegally, she said in a statement released after the court ruling.
“... Up to Boehner.”
So that means nothing will be done. Zero will get his way again.