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Next CFO Atwater commits to support immigration verification program E-Verify
Published on Mon, Nov 08, 2010
The benefits of E-Verify are not clear cut. According to the Immigration Policy Center,
Expanding mandatory E-Verify as part of the stimulus package would threaten the jobs of thousands of U.S. citizens, decrease productivity, saddle U.S. businesses with additional costs, and hinder the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) ability to provide benefits to needy and deserving Americans – all at a time when we need to stimulate our economy. The fact is: expanding E-Verify now would decelerate the Stimulus Package and slow America’s economic recovery.
Published in the Florida Independent | Read Article