The section of the controversial law Bolton blocked on Wednesday sought to target people who employ migrant workers in the country illegally, many of whom gather in store parking lots and on curbsides in Phoenix to tout for work. The non-profit National Day Laborer Organizing Network, which was a plaintiff in the suit, hailed the ruling. “Today’s decision is a victory for day laborers and everyone who cherishes the First Amendment right to free expression on public streets and sidewalks,” network attorney Jessica Karp said in a statement. “In seeking to silence day laborers, the state of Arizona trampled on the U.S. Constitution. Day laborers fought back and bravely defended the First Amendment for the benefit of all,” she said. – WSAU News 02.29.2012

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