SAN FRANCISCO A federal judge has blocked the Bush administration from enacting its controversial plan to weed illegal immigrants from the workforce by forcing restaurants and other businesses to fire employees who are believed to be using bogus Social Security numbers. But the injunction issued here Wednesday is only preliminary, with more deliberation expected from a U.S. District Court before a final decision is issued on a legal challenge of the Department of Homeland Security ...

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