Even in Texas, questionable state and local immigration laws found unconstitutional
From May 28, 2008
A federal judge found a rental ordinance in Farmers Branch, Texas, aimed at undocumented aliens to be unconstitutional.
Yet, here in Oklahoma, the legal community and the various immigrant communities have not had a single success in court thus far against House Bill 1804. I think those opposed to House Bill 1804 lack the unity, purpose and planning seen in other states to get a proper case before the right court to get the law declared unconstitutional.
Any such challenge should start with the commerce clause. That’s not happened in Oklahoma so far.