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Filed March 4, 2013Before: Raymond C. Fisher, Richard C. Tallman andConsuelo M. Callahan, Circuit Judges.Opinion by Judge Fisher
The panel affirmed the district court’s grant of a preliminary injunction barring the enforcement of two provisions in Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070, which make itunlawful for a motor vehicle occupant to hire or attempt tohire a person for work at another location from a stopped car that impedes traffic, or for a person to be hired in such amanner.The panel held that the district court correctly determinedthat, though Arizona has a significant government interest in promoting traffic safety, the day labor provisions failed therequirement set forth in
Central Hudson Gas & ElectricCorp. v. Public Service Commission of New York
, 447 U.S.557, 566 (1980), that restrictions on commercial speech be nomore extensive than necessary to serve that interest. The panel held that the district court did not abuse its discretion inconcluding that the plaintiffs were likely to succeed on the
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