U.S. Supreme Court won't weigh in on Fremont's immigration rules, but city isn't relaxing

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Posted: Monday, May 5, 2014 12:00 am

LINCOLN — The Fremont ordinance banning rental housing for illegal immigrants will remain under legal scrutiny even though the U.S. Supreme Court has left the regulation on the books.

Supporters sounded triumphant Monday after the justices let stand an appeals court ruling that the ordinance does not discriminate or violate fair housing regulations. But opponents said they will look to bring fresh lawsuits as authorities implement and enforce the ordinance.

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