N.H. employers may get warning instead of fine
Three years ago, Tom Boucher negotiated $242,000 in proposed fines for violating New Hampshire's labor laws at his restaurants down to $15,000, but he might have just gotten by with a warning under a law taking effect in two weeks.
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Since: Jun 11
#1 Jul 31, 2011
Hilarious. More legislators taking bribes from the illegal-alien profiteers. Hang them all.
Since: Jul 11
#2 Aug 1, 2011
Yea that's the ticket a warning...that'll put a stop to their illegal behavior...NOT...Fine em and jail em on the first offense!!
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