Judge suspends some provisions of Georgia's illegal immigration law

U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash has ordered a temporary stay on some portions of Georgia's illegal immigration law that, he ruled, encroach on the federal government's authority. Provisions suspended include: requiring police officers to check the immigration status of offenders without documentation and penalties for people who intentionally harbor illegal immigrants. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said the state will appeal the decision.

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