Federal Judge Blocks Enforcement of Employer-Related Sections of Controversial Immigration Law

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On Wednesday, June 4, 2008, a federal court in Oklahoma City issued an order temporarily enjoining the State of Oklahoma from enforcing certain business-related sections of HB 1804, the immigration law passed by the Oklahoma Legislature in 2007.

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