Sunday, December 30, 2007

Arizona firms brace for immigration sanctions law

Arizona employers are readying themselves for a new state employer sanctions law that will go into effect on Januarry 1.   To this point, lawsuits have not delayed the law from going into effect.  Time will tell what impact the law will have on Arizona, immigrants. citizens, and the economy.

UPDATE  Linda Chavez writing on january 9 observes that a "funny thing happened last week when a new anti-illegal alien state law went into effect. Nothing. The law, one of the nation's toughest, requires jurisdictions to investigate complaints by ordinary citizens against local businesses that may employ illegal aliens. But apparently most Arizonans have better things to worry about. A spokesman for the state attorney general said his office had received about a half-dozen calls. "

KJ

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