The Supreme Court on Monday struck down key parts of Arizona's immigration law. The decision attracted activists and interest across the nation as these photos show.
RELATED: Twitter Reacts to the Ruling
PHOENIX: Laurent Taillefer, right, and Andrea Begay, second from right, both of Phoenix, join immigration rights protesters at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices. The Supreme Court struck down key provisions of Arizona’s crackdown on immigrants but said a much-debated portion on checking suspects’ status could go forward.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
PHOENIX: At most locations, supporters of immigrants outnumbered opponents.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
PHOENIX: Members of Promise Arizona hold a prayer vigil at Arizona Capitol prior to the decision.(AP PHOTO/ROSS D. FRANKLIN)
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.: Gonzalo Hernandez protests Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's long-planned appearance on what turned out to be a highly political day.(AP Photo/Matt York)
CONCORD, N.H.: Ana Ford of Panama City, Panama, attended a rally in response to the court's ruling. The justices said police can check the status of someone they suspect is not in the United States legally but said the provision could be subject to additional legal challenges.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)
LOS ANGELES: Father Richard Estrada, left, and Pastor Erin Tamayo, with Clergy & Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE-LA) join members of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles at a rally outside the Federal Court building.(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
WASHINGTON: All eyes plus a media crowd awaited what was to be a busy day of late spring rulings by the high court.(AP PHOTO/EVAN VUCCI)
PHOENIX: Around the nation, people, including Jose Luis Leal, awaited the decision, watching online for the announcement and interpretation.(AP PHOTO/ROSS D. FRANLIN)
WASHINGTON: Fox News Channel reporter Shannon Bream sprints across the steps of the Supreme Court after the release of the court's decision.(AP PHOTO/PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS)
WASHINGTON: Ron Kirby, of Alexandria, Va., was one of few anti-immigration supporters at the Supreme Court ruling.(CHET SUSSLIN)
WASHINGTON: Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, discusses the ruling in which the high court decided to strike down key parts of Arizona's immigration law.(CHET SUSSLIN)
PHOENIX: Maria Durand, left, and Rosa Maria Soto cheer the decision.
(AP PHOTO/ROSS D. FRANKLIN)
PHOENIX: Promise Arizona members (from left) Leonila Martinez, Patricia Rosas, and Gustavo Cruz react to the decision.(AP PHOTO/ROSS D. FRANKLIN)