WASHINGTON As the battle over immigration heats up, restaurant association officials are hopeful that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will go through with its decision to rescind the controversial Social Security “no-match” rule despite a last-minute effort by the U.S. Senate to block the move. Separately, DHS said this week that beginning Sept. 8 all businesses holding federal contracts must confirm their workers' immigration status through the government's E-Verify database ...

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