SAN FRANCISCO A federal court here has halted the Bush administration's plan to crack down on illegal immigration by forcing restaurants and other businesses to fire employees whose Social Security information varies from government records. The temporary injunction prevented the Social Security Administration from sending so-called "no match" letters starting today to employers whose newly hired staffers have provided a name or Social Security number that differs from what's in the ...
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