The first decision likely to spring to mind when thinking of Arizona and the U.S. Supreme Court is the 1966 landmark Miranda v. Arizona. While that case probably won’t be surpassed in terms of impact any time soon, the Grand Canyon state is the source of three major high court cases this term that are capturing national attention.

The three cases include challenges to Arizona’s immigration requirements for employers, a state school choice program and the state’s clean elections law. Also looming on the horizon is the Obama administration’s challenge to the state’s controversial law that gives police broad powers to stop those they suspect are in the country illegally.

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