By Verna Gates BIRMINGHAM, Ala (Reuters) - A second foreign auto worker has been stopped by authorities in Alabama, where the nation's toughest immigration law recently went into effect, officials said on Wednesday. A Japanese worker on assignment at Honda's Lincoln, Alabama, factory was issued a citation at a traffic stop. The immigration law requires proper identification to be produced during routine traffic stops. People suspected of being in the country illegally can be detained. "We ...
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