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Three years after the advent of sweeping U.S. bankruptcy law changes designed to limit bankruptcy cases, the number of people filing for protection from creditors has risen sharply over the past several months. More troubling: The faltering economy, credit crunch and housing bust are likely to push even higher numbers of families into bankruptcy come 2009, predict consumer advocates, economists and bankruptcy experts. What's new: Three years after dramatic changes in bankruptcy laws made it more difficult to file for protection from creditors, bankruptcy cases are on the rise. Bankruptcy experts expect ...
The lawsuits in question are not the seven lawsuits filed to stop SB1070 from going into effect. The lawsuits referred too in this article are the ones that would arrise once the law is enacted. In subsection G of SB1070, there is a provision that would allow citizens to sue, law enforcement officials if they thought that they were not enforcing immigration law. Section G is below, the full law can be seen here : G. A PERSON MAY BRING AN ACTION IN SUPERIOR COURT TO CHALLENGE ANY OFFICIAL OR AGENCY OF THIS STATE OR A COUNTY, CITY, TOWN OR OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THIS ... Read More
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