Wednesday, March 08, 2006



In a war against immigrant workers, the LA Times comments on the use of racketeering laws against big businesses, "charging that they deliberately hire illegal workers". So they will begin to collect expenses from these businesses as soon as possible.

Canyon County, a community of about 160,000, is "at the forefront of an emerging national effort to use racketeering laws to crack down on illegal immigration by seeking damages from employers".

Here is a Washington Post article on the growing presence of immigrant workers in the labor force.

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