The president calls for comprehensive immigration reform, the Senate Majority Leader declares the issue a top priority, and the Department of Homeland Security is increasing its enforcement actions on business. Sounds like 2007 all over again, but this is all happening right now. Immigration reform, once thought to be on the back burner, has heated up again, and restaurateurs had better check the stove.It was not supposed to happen this way. With an unemployment rate nearing 10 percent and ...

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