WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday it has rescinded the controversial Social Security “no-match” rule that would have forced employers to fire workers because of discrepancies in their Social Security records. DHS had said in July that it had decided to rescind the rule, which sparked an unsuccessful attempt by members of the Senate to block the agencyÕs effort. The rescission will take effect Nov. 6, the DHS said.Industry watchdogs ...
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