Fremont Voters to Reconsider 2010 Immigration Law

FREMONT, Neb. (AP) - Voters in Fremont will decide Tuesday whether to repeal a rule they enacted in 2010 that requires all renters to swear they have legal permission to live in the U.S.  Critics say the restrictions will be ineffective and could cost Fremont millions in legal fees and lost federal grants. Other say it has hurt the city's reputation.  Supporters see no reason not to enforce the law. Noting that courts have approved the rules, they say Fremont must take a stand against illegal immigration.  Lifelong resident Brad Yerger says he sees no reason to re-vote on an issue that won 57 percent voter support last time.