3 businesses will violate employer law

December 2007
Inside Tucson Business;12/31/2007, Vol. 17 Issue 29, p1
The article reports that three businesses that intend to violate the law to challenge it are asking U.S. District Court Judge Neil Wake to allow them to remain anonymous. According to Solicitor General Mary O'Grady, those who knowingly choose to violate the law should be prepared to bear the consequences. The employer sanctions law requires businesses to check employees eligibility status through the federal government's e-Verify database.


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