County moves against illegal immigration

Full story: Tribune-Times
Greenville County may shut down businesses that knowingly hire illegal immigrants under an ordinance adopted by County Council on Tuesday night. Full Story
Bottom Line Thinker

Littleton, CO

#1 Apr 22, 2009
I think shutting them down is
a great way to show "all others"
you mean business. The problem is
will they open a new one or open
another business in a relatives'
name? You'd have to work very closely
with your Secretary of State, which is
not impossible. Good luck!

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