FREMONT, Neb. -- Fremont's Immigration Law will stay for now. The city council did not make a decision Tuesday night.
More than 20 people spoke at the city council meeting. This comes after a city council member proposed repealing the housing portion of the ordinance, but leaving the e-verify system in place.
A majority of those who spoke were in favor of the current law, while only a handful wanted it repealed.
Voters passed the law in 2010 and the 8th Circuit Court of appeals overturned a previous ruling against the law.
The next council meeting is Nov. 12.