In what officials caution is now a dangerous and even deadly crime wave, Phoenix, Arizona has become the kidnapping capital of America, with more incidents than any other city in the world outside of Mexico City and over 370 cases last year alone. In fact, kidnappings and other crimes connected to the Mexican drug cartels are quickly spreading across the border, from Texas to California. The majority of the victims are either illegal aliens or connected to the drug trade. ED STRAKER
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
FLORIDA POSTS: NO LEGAL NEED APPLY - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PARTNERS WITH OPEN BORDERS ADVOCATES TO KEEP WAGES DEPRESSED
Florida Bends to Illegal Job Magnet, Boots E-Verify
The E-Verify employment-vetting system won’t be on Florida’s November ballot for a public vote, but the program is growing nonetheless.
The state Constitution Revision Commission on Monday rejected Proposal 6010, which would have required all employers to use the free federal database to check the legal status of job applicants. After relentless lobbying from the Florida Chamber of Commerce and allied activists for illegal aliens, 24 of 36 commissioners voted to kill the ballot measure.
While the Chamber called the commission’s action “a win for protecting Florida’s Constitution,” E-Verify continues to expand throughout the state and across the country.
Twenty states have laws requiring at least some employers to use E-Verify. Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee mandate it for all employers. Florida Gov. Rick Scott, in 2011, signed an executive order directing state agencies and their contractors to use the system.
Nationally, 2.4 million hiring sites were enrolled in the E-Verify program at the end of 2017. California, that famed sanctuary state, listed the most E-Verify-compliant hiring sites: 216,850.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reported a record 9.1 million individual cases were processed during the last fiscal year. Notably, Florida ranked fourth in the country, with 454,100 E-Verify checks.
Growth of E-Verify has been rapid. In 2001, just 1,064 employers participated in the program. By 2017, 749,923 were on board.
The Center for Immigration Studies calls E-Verify “one of the most successful tools available to address illegal employment.” By cross-checking information from the federal I-9 form, which must be completed for all new hires, against records from USCIS and the Social Security Administration, E-Verify enables employers to instantly verify whether a new employee is legally authorized to work in the country.
The Florida Chamber of Commerce boasted it had protected the state’s constitution by aborting the E-Verify ballot measure. In fact, the Chamber’s rear-guard lobbying campaign shielded shady, bottom-feeding employers who suppress wages and undercut law-abiding competitors with illegal workers.
So Florida continues to labor with an inequitable underground economy, and its citizens are denied an opportunity to exercise their constitutional rights. With the pre-emptive defeat of Proposal 6010, the illegal job magnet remains in place. More employers may now opt out of E-Verify altogether.
None of that sounds like a “win” for the Sunshine State.
IMPOSE E-VERIFY AND YOU INSTANTLY CREATE MILLIONS MORE JOBS AND
FORCE WAGES UP!
WE COULD END MEXICO’S INVASION IF WE PUT
EMPLOYERS OF ILLEGALS IN JAIL
NumbersUSA’s Rosemary Jenks:
E-Verify Ignored in DACA
Negotiations Because ‘Members of Congress Know It Will Work’
Members of Congress broadly oppose a
legislative nationwide E-Verify mandate for employers because “they know it
will work,” said NumbersUSA’s Rosemary Jenks, explaining why E-Verify is not
being pushed in congressional negotiations for an amnesty deal for recipients
of the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Jenks further noted that both parties are beholden to special interests
supportive of “mass migration.”
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