By now, you've probably heard that the Supreme Court on Monday struck down some provisions of Arizona's controversial law targeting illegal immigration -- while also upholding others. That has led both sides to claim victory. But lost in their politicking is how this decision will affect American workers.
The High Court struck down a key provision of Arizona's law -- having to show documents to get a job.
Even though the High Court unanimously left in place the law's "papers please" provision, which permits police to inquire about the immigration status of...
Published By: Jobs Articles - AOL - Monday, 25 June, 2012