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"I E-Verify" Next Best Thing to "Made in America"

Last month I wrote that Costco, among other major American companies, uses E-Verify.

Democrat Heath Shuler Keeps His Promise; SAVE Act Reintroduced

During my recent trip to Washington D.C., I attended a speech delivered by Rep. Heath Shuler (D-N.C.).

More Major Corporations Add E-Verify

Costco, the nation’s multibillion dollar warehouse retailer with over 400 stores and 110,000 employees, has been using E-Verify, since March 201

California’s U.S. Representative Gary Miller: Immigration Enforcement Champion

Immediately after his 2010 reelection to the House of Representatives, Republican Gary Miller announced that one of his top legislative priorities in the 112th Congress would be to help unemployed Americans reclaim the 8 mill

Jobless Older Americans Are Flat Out of Luck

No demographic has been spared from the job loss devastation that has ripped apart middle class America for nearly three years.

More Immigration, More Visas Means More Unemployment for American Workers

On March 7, CAPS’ lead homepage story reported California’s slight January unemployment rate dip from 12.5 to 12.3 percent (not including

Lower February Unemployment Rates Are Deceiving

Marilyn DeYoungLast week the major news media reported, in headlines, that in February the national unemployment rate had dropped to  8.9%, the lowest since April, 2009. There have been 192,000 jobs added in one month to industrial and service companies.

Why CAPS' Ad Calling for Lower Level of Legal Immigration Is the Common Sense Approach to Help Unemployed Americans

The recently released Californians for Population Stabilization ad that calls for lower levels of legal immigration is an urgent message t

Congressional Push for Mandatory E-Verify Continues

Last week, Rep. John Carter (R-Texas) introduced bi-partisan legislation that would require all U.S. employers to use E-Verify for both new hires and existing employees.

Youth Unemployment

Marilyn DeYoungA recent News release from the U.S. bureau of Labor Statistics gave a sad picture for our American teenagers and college students looking for work.

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