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Federal judge questions Ga. immigration law

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An openly skeptical federal judge Monday grilled a lawyer for the state of Georgia at a hearing in a lawsuit challenging the immigration reform bill passed by the General Assembly.
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U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash questioned the state’s purpose in enacting the legislation, whether a state can legally assert its authority over what traditionally has been a federal issue and how Georgians -- legal and illegal -- would be affected if the law is allowed to take effect July 1.

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