With the Bush administration wielding its clout to seize business records, tap phone calls and eavesdrop on average citizens—all without warrants—restaurant employers are everything from furious to confused to tight-lipped about being drafted into the Department of Homeland Security’s battle against illegal immigration.Virtually deputized as junior U.S. Border Control agents, restaurateurs and other employers beginning in September must fire new employees who can’t be verified as legal and ...
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