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Alabama Law Injunction Partially Lifted

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The 115 page decision can be found here (thanks Bender's Immigration Bulletin). The decision lifts the earlier temporary injunction on checking students and holding suspected illegally present immigrants without bond as well as the bar on enforcing contracts involving illegally present immigrants, the new felony provision for illegally present immigrants doing business with the state and the new misdemeanor for illegally present immigrants not having immigration papers.


The order did continue the block on four other parts of the law including


- the crime of soliciting work


- the crime of transorting or harboring an illegally present immigrant


- the new right to sue for discrimination if US workers are dismissed and illegally present immigrants are hired and


- the bar on deducting from taxes wages paid to workers illegally present.


More on the decision can be found in this report from the AP.


 


 

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    I am pretty certain the decision will be appealed and will be put on hold again.
  2. Another Voice's Avatar
    Companies Use Immigration Crackdown to Turn a Profit

    Especially in Britain, the United States and Australia, governments of different stripes have increasingly looked to such companies to expand detention and show voters they are enforcing tougher immigration laws.

    There you go Jack something for you to cheerleader about, make that money baby and keep being a hypocrite about the whole immigration agenda and "enforcing the laws"!!!!


    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/29/world/asia/getting-tough-on-immigrants-to-turn-a-profit.html?_r=1&hp
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