N.J. considers state-level crackdown on illegal hiring

02/22/2008 | Lawn & Landscape

A new bill introduced by New Jersey's senate majority leader would revoke the business license of employers who knowingly and repeatedly hire illegal immigrants. If passed, New Jersey would become the second state after Arizona to require employee documentation at the state level. The law is intended to "put up a stop sign for illegals who undermine family, educational and health care support systems," according to state Sen. Stephen Sweeney, the bill's sponsor.

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