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Big news for Long Island immigration issue! Law struck down

full story from Newsday is here.

Judge invalidates Suffolk worker status law

by REID J. EPSTEIN
8:48 PM EDT, June 2, 2008

A State Supreme Court judge in Suffolk Monday invalidated a controversial worker status law that required Suffolk County’s 17,000 licensed contractors to prove their employees are not undocumented immigrants.

Judge Ralph Costello ruled that the county legislature broke its own rules when it rejected, in an 8-8 vote, Legis. Ricardo Montano’s May 13 argument that the bill was improperly moved from committee.

Costello ordered legislators to vote again on Montano’s motion and voided all subsequent action on the worker status bill

The judge’s decision kills the measure for now, though County Executive Steve Levy said he expects the bill to be reintroduced and passed again. The earliest that process could be completed is August…

Staff writer Erik German contributed to this story.

Copyright © 2008, Newsday Inc.

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