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Neb. city council votes to delay immigration law

A voter-approved ban on hiring and renting property to illegal immigrants was suspended late Tuesday by the Fremont City Council, less than two days before it was set to take effect in the small Nebraska city.Full story

Neb. council considers suspending immigration law

A city council in Nebraska will consider suspending implementation of a controversial new law that would ban hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants. Full story

2 groups sue Nebraska city over immigration law

The two lawsuits filed Wednesday against a small Nebraska city for its ban on renting and hiring illegal immigrants worried some in the community that it would only worsen tensions over the new ordinance. Full story

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A voter-approved ban on hiring and renting property to illegal immigrants was suspended Tuesday by the Fremont City Council
A voter-approved ban on hiring and renting property to illegal immigrants was suspended Tuesday by the Fremont City Council

Two women in the front react to a show of hands of Fremont citizens who agree with a speaker who was in favor of implementing a city ordinance against illegal immigrants, in Fremont, Neb., Tuesday, July 27, 2010. A voter-approved ban on hiring and renting property to illegal immigrants was suspended