State restaurant association executives are battling a rising tide of immigration-related legislation as states — frustrated by little federal action on the issue and emboldened by a recent Supreme Court decision upholding an Arizona law — increasingly take matters into their own hands. Lawmakers have shifted into overdrive since the court’s late-May decision supporting a state’s right to mandate the use of a worker-eligibility database known as E-Verify and revoke ...
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