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Law Targeting Illegal Immigrants Struck Down

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A federal judge has struck down a law targeting illegal immigrants in Hazleton, Pa. The law would have penalized employers who hired illegal immigrants and fined landlords who rented to them.

Hazleton is just one of several communities that have passed such laws, saying Congress has failed to block illegal immigration.

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