HAZLETON PA. —Concerns about this small Pennsylvania city’s law to keep out illegal immigrants have changed dramatically now that a federal court has nullified the ordinance, giving foodservice advocates ammunition to fight a nationwide rash of punitive immigration measures aimed at employers and workers by state and local lawmakers. But a U.S. district judge’s recent decision that Hazleton had usurped federal authority came shortly before the Bush administration unveiled ...

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