Ruling Curbs Non-Citizen Rule for Baggage Handlers

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A federal judge in Los Angeles temporarily blocks a portion of a new law that bars non-citizens from working as airport baggage handlers. The ACLU says the citizen requirement is irrational since it doesn't affect other airport employees. NPR's Rachael Myrow reports.



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