Good news.... A federal appeals court has enjoined (blocked) two more provisions of the Alabama immigration law, the toughest in the country. Parts of the law have been blocked in piecemeal fashion by different courts. But this isn’t the end of the story. The injunctions are only temporary, until the court can make a final ruling on the law’s constitutionality. Moreover, during any lawful stop, police in Alabama are still required to determine the immigration status of anyone they suspect is undocumented. This provision was enjoined in Arizona’s law, but it wasn’t touched in Alabama.