Napolitano gets lawmakers' fixes to sanctions law

May 2008
Inside Tucson Business;5/5/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 48, p4
The article reports on the employer sanctions bill received by Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano from the U.S. Congress. The bill would take away the license of businesses which hired illegal employees on January 1, 2008 onwards and paid their employees in cash. The revocation of licenses would apply for businesses which have violated the rule twice.


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