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US CHAMBER SEEKS SUPREME COURT REVIEW OF ARIZONA EMPLOYER SANCTIONS LAW

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The US Chamber of Commerce is seeking a review by the nation's highest court of the Arizona law that calls for the revocation of business licenses for employers found to have knowingly hired illegally present immigrants and also mandates all employers in the state use E-Verify. The case could settle the basic question of what authority a state or local government has in regulating immigration.

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    Either way Arizona will loose, although I do not condone illegal practices. If they win, businesses will move to New Mexico, Nevada or elsewhere. If they loose, the antis will be up in arms and harassing people who look different. Either way, big problem for the state.
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