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A judge temporarily blocks Iowa law that allows authorities to charge people facing deportation

  • U.S. District Court Judge Stephen Locher issued a preliminary injunction blocking an Iowa law that allowed law enforcement to charge individuals with deportation orders, stating federal law preempts state law.
  • The decision was made as the U.S. Department of Justice and civil rights groups argued successfully that the Iowa law conflicted with federal immigration law approved by lawmakers.
  • Both the federal government and civil rights groups raised concerns about the Iowa law, citing violations of federal immigration authority and potential problems and confusion.
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