University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Lowcountry Immigration Coalition, et al. v. Nikki Haley"
Date Feb 10, 2015
Author ACLU
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Abstract In 2011 South Carolina passed SB 20, a law modeled after Arizona’s notorious SB 1070. The law required police to demand "papers" demonstrating citizenship or immigration status during traffic stops based on "reasonable suspicion" that a person lacks legal status. It also criminalized South Carolinians for everyday interactions with undocumented individuals, such as driving someone to church, or renting a room to a friend.

Source American Civil Liberties Union

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case Lowcountry Immigration Coalition v. Haley (IM-SC-0001)

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