Court temporarily blocks parts of Alabama immigration law

10/17/2011 | CNN · Google · Bloomberg

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has prevented enforcement of some provisions of an Alabama immigration law until the court fully reviews the law. One blocked provision would have let officials check whether immigrants in public schools were in the country legally. Regulating immigration is the exclusive domain of the federal government, the Obama administration has argued. The appeals court could hear arguments about the constitutional questions raised by the law as soon as December.

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