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Sanctions law upheld by federal court (access required)

A federal judge has upheld Arizona’s employer sanctions law, saying it does not violate the constitutional rights of businesses or employees. In his ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Neil Wake said the sanctions law does not intrude on the federal government’s power to regulate immigration, one of the key components of the argument a ...

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