February 21, 2012
By Art Hovey Lee
The City of Fremont, Nebraska can enforce employment provisions of an immigration ordinance approved by its residents in 2010, but a federal judge said on Monday that the city cannot prevent those without legal immigration status from living there. A 37-page decision by U.S. District Court Judge Laurie Smith Camp is the latest development in an immigration dispute that began with proposed employment and housing sanctions in 2008. … Read the full story by Art Hovey Lee.
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