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Employer sanctions hearing set to discuss delaying law, despite judge's criticism (access required)

Attorneys in the employer sanctions suit will have a chance to argue for a restraining order that would prevent the law from going into effect Jan. 1 until the court rules on the lawsuit, but the federal judge handling the case says he may not grant the request. In a Dec. 10 filing, attorneys ...

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