DOJ is suing an Indiana egg producer for requiring documentation from illegals
INDIANAPOLIS — The Justice Department is suing a southern
Indiana-based egg producer to stop alleged discrimination against
non-U.S. citizens in the hiring process.
The complaint against Rose Acre Farms Inc. alleges the
Seymour-based company required non-citizens to produce more, different
or specific documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
to verify their eligibility for work, while U.S. citizens were
permitted to present their choice of documents. It says federal law
prohibits employers from placing additional burdens for documentation on
Rose Acre Farms employs about 1,850 workers at more than 40 sites in six states.
This makes as much sense as suing the State of Florida for purging their voter registry of dead people, and allowing voter intimidation. Meanwhile destroying another business. What do you think?
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