Protesters. Politicians. Pundits. Arizona’s immigration law brought these huddled masses to the marble walkway of the U.S. Supreme Court. A state law meant to quell illegal immigration was argued before a receptive Court. Arizona wants to imbue local police with immigration power previously held only by the federal government. Police would be empowered to stop, frisk, strip search, and detain, for hours or days, men, women, and children, based on suspected illegal immigration status.