Skip to comments.Illegals to Face Added Scrutiny - State (SC) mainly will target smaller businesses
Posted on 05/20/2010 11:26:46 AM PDT by moovova
The state is about to step up its efforts to purge South Carolina's workforce of illegal immigrants by scouring the files of small businesses for evidence of undocumented workers.
On July 1, state officials will begin auditing 110,000 companies with fewer than 100 employees to make sure they are complying with South Carolina's Illegal Immigration Reform Act, which lawmakers passed in 2008 to weed illegal aliens from the workplace.
Juan Valezquez of Guatemala works for Pleasant Places, a Mount Pleasant landscaping company that was fined for hiring undocumented workers.
(Excerpt) Read more at llr.state.sc.us ...
Didn't hear SC mentioned in Calderone's speech yesterday...
The states and polticians are a joke and corrupt. Lindsay Graham-nesty. Let fat Americans get up and do their own yard work.
“State mainly will target smaller businesses”
Why of course! Larger “employers” donate money. We can’t upset them.
However we can pick off the small guys without much political blowback............
Do larger companies donate too much to politicians to warrant scrutiny?
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