RENO Nev. More than half of the 54 McDonald’s employees arrested here Sept. 27 for alleged immigration violations were released the following day for “humanitarian” reasons, a federal official was quoted as saying. McDonald's franchisee Luther Mack said his raided Reno restaurants had required all employees to provide documentation of their work eligibility, the Associated Press reported.U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials indicated that seven of the McDonald's workers ...

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