'Show me your papers' upheld by Ga. court
Federal appeals court allows Ga. to enforce key part of immigration law
By Jeremy Redmon
But the three-judge panel from the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals also said it recognizes arguments from critics that this statute "invites a host of other problems, namely racial profiling," and that such racial profiling could spur lawsuits.
Federal court rules say Georgia could begin enforcing the measure — nicknamed the "show-me-your-papers law" — within a matter of weeks if neither side in the case asks for a rehearing by the full appeals court.
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