New version of E-Verify set for markup this week by House committee

09/19/2011 | Forbes

A revised version of E-Verify legislation that would make its use mandatory by all employers is set to be marked up this week in the House Judiciary Committee. Some sections of the old bill have been removed, and that has Stuart Anderson, executive director of the National Foundation for American Policy, concerned. The new bill could be "poised to be used for purposes well beyond immigration, warn experts, conservative, liberal and libertarian alike," he writes.

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