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Last week, a federal judge in Utah upheld part of a 2011 law in that state that allows authorities to check the citizenship of those stopped for traffic infractions within certain limits but struck down other provisions, such as warrantless arrests on suspicion of immigration status. In Montana, nearly 80 percent of voters approved the state’s law in a 2012 referendum, but it has not been enforced since an immigration-rights group filed a legal challenge.
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