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immigration law

  • Alabama to revise controversial immigration law

    Alabama’s governor announced last Friday that he will revise the state’s immigration law—the same one that caused it last week to consider hiring prisoners to replace the immigrant workers scared away by the stringent regulations.

  • Federal judge partially rejects bid to block Alabama immigration law

    Historically controversial in the treatment of its citizens, the state of Alabama’s bid to own the nation’s strictest immigration laws grew stronger. U.S. District Judge Sharon Blackburn upheld significant sections of the law pertaining to illegal immigrants, stating that they aren’t pre-empted by federal regulations.

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