Alabama immigration law upheld

From the New York Times: Federal judges upheld Alabama’s immigration law this week, including a section requiring state and local law enforcement officials to attempt to verify someone’s immigration status during routine traffic stops if there is “reasonable suspicion” that they are in the country illegally. Alabama’s law has been challenged by the Obama administration, and it includes sections that have been struck down in other states.

Read more in an LA Times opinion piece.

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