It is estimated that nearly 80,000 people have fled Alabama since the state passed its tough 2011 immigration law. Going further than Arizona, the law known as HB56 required everyone from landlords to school districts to ask for proper immigration documentation. Nearly two years later, the FT's Christopher Booker explores the impact of the law on both the immigrant and business communities

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