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Georgia fighting back now after a federal judge's ruling to block parts of the State's tough new immigration law.
That was expected to go into effect in just days.
The judge blocking parts of the law.
That would penalize people who transport or harbor illegal immigrants and a provision that authorizes officers.
To verify the immigration status of someone who can't provide proper ID.
Georgia's governor vowing now to appeal.
Jordan sec hello director of international operations for the American Center for Law and Justice is my guest on this topic good to see you.
They threaten -- right so when I'm looking at what this judge throughout what's what's left in this law and you think.
Two big things are left.
Run those employees through a federal system that was set up to use voluntarily.
Arizona was the first statement to say we we're going to mandate corporations to do -- Georgia said we're gonna mandated if you have to have if you have more than ten employees.
And that that -- and that stands because the Supreme Court just weighed in on that a month ago it still.
Big news listen to ACLU the group challenging this law the Obama administration.
-- against that as well so there still is -- victory here for those who are support these kind of laws at the state level.
All right well the Georgia governor Nathan Deal is not happy about the situation because he signed this into law in its entirety.
If -- -- his quote.
Curiously the court writes all illegal aliens will lead Georgia if the law is enforced as if it is appalled at the thought of people attaining -- -- before coming to our nation.
The federal court's ruling however will crystallize for georgians and other Americans are underlying problem.
Young refusing to help with our State's illegal immigration problem the federal government is determined to be an obstacle.
Georgians can rest a short -- this battle doesn't end here we will appeal this decision is he right.
He's absolutely right I mean this is a point we've gotten -- in law where a judge now this was a Clinton -- -- a Democrat appointee.
And I predicted early on in this when it would probably go this way just like Arizona Indiana and -- already have but this is just the beginning of the legal process but that statement.
It's so ridiculous that's part of the judge's reasoning that people who are violating the law will leave if we enforce the law.
Eds this is the whole debate surrounding what do we do with immigration.
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