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Senators Pushing E-Verify Not Using It in Their Own Offices

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This story is actually pretty funny. After a reporter called Senators that were sponsoring bills to mandate the use of E-Verify by all employers to ask why they were violating a law mandating congressional offices use the system, they all signed up in a hurry. Arkansas' new Republican Senator John Boozman is one of the suddenly E-Verified members of the upper chamber. Accorrding to his office:



"It was an oversight that is being corrected," said Sara Lasure, a spokeswoman for Mr. Boozman. "As a supporter of E-Verify, Sen. Boozman wants to lead by example and is fully supportive of the program."


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