Judge blocks part of voter-approved immigrant law

The Associated Press


HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A Montana judge has blocked part of a voter-approved law that requires proof of citizenship or legal standing to receive state services, but he left most of it intact to "preserve the intent of the people."

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