Immigration bill shifts its emphasis ...

Immigration bill shifts its emphasis to employers

There are 2 comments on the IndyStar.com story from Apr 15, 2011, titled Immigration bill shifts its emphasis to employers. In it, IndyStar.com reports that:

Indiana's illegal-immigration bill is looking far less like a controversial proposal that started as a way to target the so-called "reasonably suspicious" and much more like an effort to punish employers that hire illegal workers.

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Just Saying

Calabasas, CA

#2 Apr 15, 2011
I'm sure reasonable suspicious means having employees who look Latino?
ProudNativist

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Apr 15, 2011
This bill will prove to be a sham. The same illegal alien chamber of commerce that has been buying votes to keep an Arizona type bill from being passed is also not going to let their own scumbag employers who employ illegal mexiholes receive more than a slap on the wrist as punishment either.

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