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http://ow.ly/yBJDt A Montana state distr

http://ow.ly/yBJDt A Montana state district court found most sections of Montana’s voter-approved immigration law were preempted by federal law. The law would have required state agencies to determine an applicant’s immigration status before granting a wide variety of state services, including unemployment insurance benefits, licenses to practice trades or professions, enrollment in state universities, and services for crime victims.

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