If everything goes as scheduled, the House will vote today on a tough new immigration bill. Most significant to business would be the law’s restriction that “would require all employers to participate in a verification system to confirm that a worker or a job applicant has legal status.” This could cause significant bookkeeping hassles for facility managers who rely on illegal immigrants for certain tasks.
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