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Feds’ new firing rule adds to immigration woes

Feds’ new firing rule adds to immigration woes

HAZLETON PA. —Concerns about this small Pennsylvania city’s law to keep out illegal immigrants have changed dramatically now that a federal court has nullified the ordinance, giving foodservice advocates ammunition to fight a nationwide rash of punitive immigration measures aimed at employers and workers by state and local lawmakers.

But a U.S. district judge’s recent decision that Hazleton had usurped federal authority came shortly before the Bush

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