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While criticizing Arizona, Mexico ignores its own hiring law

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    Ironco has raised steel fitters' wages 30 percent from a year ago, according to Bailey. "We've raised wages, competing for a diminishing supply (of workers)," he said. "We’ve been on a campaign of quality improvement, training, scouring the waterfront, so to speak, for American vets, ex-offenders trying to find their way back into society."

    For all the appologists who can't understand how illegal immigration hurts the middle class, and depresses wages, there you go.
     
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    For a couple of months, Miguel León has watched the parking lot at his Midvale Park apartment complex empty out.
    "The parking lot used to be full all the time. Now there's a lot of empty spaces," he said, watching a group of boys play a rowdy football game in the lot.
    A lot of apartments are empty, too — a likely indicator of the growing impact of Arizona's new employer-sanctions law. The departure of foreign workers to other states and to Mexico has combined with the declining housing market to increase vacancies, apartment management executives said.

    http://www.azstarnet.com/sn/business/222353.php



    I am sure a lot of people are following closely the Arizona situation.
     
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    If you have ever spent a lot of time in Mexico, you will realize that most of Mexico ignores many laws.. kind of like Maine.
     

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