Small-Town Quarrel, Big Implications

A judge in Pennsylvania strikes down Hazleton's anti-immigration law. How will the ruling affect the community, and immigration policies throughout the U.S.?

In a legal decision with far-reaching implications for immigration policies throughout the U.S., a federal judge in Pennsylvania struck down the city of Hazleton's tough anti-immigration law, ruling that it is unconstitutional and violates the standards of due process.

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