A federal district court judge in Nevada struck down a decades-old law making it a felony to re-enter the United States after deportation on the grounds that it has “racist, nativist roots.” But whether the ruling will have broader implications on the constitutionality of the criminal re-entry law is yet to be determined. https://bit.ly/3DzT0ln

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