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From GoLocalProv by Paul J. Spetrini, GoLocalProv News Editor:
The debate over E-Verify in Rhode Island simply will not go away.
Two years after Governor Lincoln Chafee shut down Rhode Island’s participation in the federal program that lets businesses check that their employees are indeed legally allowed to work in the United States, and after multiple failed attempts to reverse that decision in the General Assembly, five State Representatives are once again moving forward with a plan to mandate compliance.
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