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ICED OUT: How Immigration Enforcement Has Interfered with Workers’ Rights

Published: Oct 28, 2009 By: AFL-CIO, American Rights at Work and the National Source: My Source
The AFL-CIO, American Rights at Work and the National Employment Law Project has determined that the United States policy on immigration enforcement that utilizes workforce raids by "inadequately trained enforcement agents" has negatively impacted workers who were both born in the United States, and those who have been the target of the enforcement efforts.

The report, ICED OUT: How Immigration Enforcement Has Interfered with Workers’ Rights , examines the need for the Department of Labor to protect workers' rights in conjunction with Immigration and Customs Enforcement's mandate to enforce immigration laws. The report points to ICE's failures that have exacerbated the problem contributing to the undermining of all workers' rights.
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