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Monday, December 26, 2011

Judge blocks portions of South Carolina immigration law

BLOOMBERG NEWS — A federal court granted an order sought by the U.S. government blocking enforcement of South Carolina's immigration law. U.S. District Judge Richard Mark Gergel said the U.S. is likely to succeed in its challenge to three sections of the law, according to a filing today in court in Charleston, South Carolina. . . . The federal government on sued Oct. 31, saying the law will impose “significant and counterproductive burdens” on the United States, which claims legal preeminence in setting immigration policy. . . . [Read More]

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