Judge permanently blocks parts of Ind. immigration law
A federal judge permanently blocked enforcement Friday of two key provisions of a controversial 2011 Indiana immigration bill : one barring the use of consular identification cards and another allowing the arrests of people whose immigration status is questionable.
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#1 Mar 30, 2013
Republican lawmakers who authored the the law are ignorant. It takes a federal judge to show their ignorance yet they are called lawmakers. Their districts deserve better. A person with understanding and just common sense will do the job. Ayyayay.
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