Judge in Alabama Immigration Lawsuit: You Are Going to Have to Be a Little More Specific

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Chief U.S. District Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn, the federal judge who is charged with deciding the legality of Alabama’s new immigration law, has ordered one group of plaintiffs to revise its lawsuit to be more specific about their claims. As reported by the Birmingham News, plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed by the Hispanic Interest Coalition and others must file the amended lawsuit by Sept. 16.

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