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Appeals Court Blocks Two Key Parts of Alabama Law

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The 11th Circuit has blocked enforcement of two important parts of Alabama's tough new immigration law. Provisions that bar entering into contracts with unauthorized immigrants as well as doing business with the state's government are no longer enforceable. Business with the state would mean applying for business licenses, permits, etc.   The court initially indicated it would wait on the US Supreme Court's decision on SB1070, Arizona's law, but has decided to make a preliminary ruling now. A final decision on the rest of the challenged sections of the law is expected after the Supreme Court ruling.

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