From AZCentral:
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear legal arguments that will help it decide the fate of a controversial immigration law from Arizona, a U.S. Senate subcommittee will host a debate today on the statute that promises more drama but less impact than Wednesday's hearing before the high court. "It's political theater," said Louis DeSipio, a Chicano/Latino-studies professor at the University of California, Irvine. "That doesn't mean the debate won't be valuable, but I doubt it will lead to any action on immigration reform in an election year."

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