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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
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A bill recently signed into law by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett - Act No. 127 (formerly Senate Bill 637), The Public Works Employment Verification Act - requires all public works contractors and subcontractors with the state to enroll in and use the federal E-Verify electronic employment eligibility verification system to verify the legal work authorization status of newly hired employees in the United States. The text of the new legislation, which will take effect January 1, 2013, is available here: The Public Works Employment Verification Act.
Imagine that, a swing state protecting its jobs from going to illegals? Yes, the list grows without Michigan. Voters in the State House 104 must be happy with their current Corporate Welfare, and illegal alien lovin' Pale Pastel sent to Lansing. Hey! It's their guy that is responsible for obstructing HB 4024 and HB 4026 for us. Let's see if that part of the state is dumb enough to send him back to Lansing this fall. I'll avoid and encourage others to avoid anything that is TC like it's the plague for siding with The Left and illegals over Americans. Guaranteed.
Congratulations, Governor Corbett! Rick Michigan? Well, thanks for being the Snydholm that you promised to be for Michigan. Can't wait for the next election to happen to you.
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