REPORT: Judge Blocks Part of DeSantis’s New Anti-Ilegal Law

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For the time being, a critical aspect of Governor Ron DeSantis’ anti-immigration law, which he promoted prior to his unsuccessful presidential campaign, is reportedly being obstructed by a federal magistrate.

The controversial legislation, which was approved by the Republican-controlled Legislature last year, designated the transportation of undocumented migrants into the state as a felony.

The measure was temporarily temporarily barred by U.S. District Judge Roy Altman, who was appointed by former President Donald Trump.

Altman concurred with those who were challenging the law, asserting that it is likely preempted by federal immigration laws.

Altman rebuffed the state’s arguments that a preliminary injunction could impede authorities from, for instance, identifying drug traffickers in his ruling.

In 2022, DeSantis garnered national attention by organizing a flight to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, for migrants who had crossed the Texas border.

He has consistently criticized the administration of President Joe Biden regarding immigration.

Prior to commencing his presidential campaign, DeSantis authorized the deployment of National Guard members and law enforcement units to Texas.

Lawyers representing the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida and other organizations initiated the lawsuit.

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  1. Citizen is the least valued status in the USA, thanks to the Marxist Leftists infiltration of our education systems.

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