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Citizens Review Online: Respect Washington Files Motion for Summary Judgement-Group Seeks to Remove non-Citizen Voters from Rolls
Citizens’ watchdog group Respect Washington has filed a Motion for Summary Judgement in support of a November 2010 petition of King County Superior Court to release public documents containing “non-juror” information. King County Superior Court was one of 38 county superior courts which refused to release non-juror information for audit of the voter rolls. Respect Washington and petitioner Martin Ringhofer seek access to the public’s information in order to verify that ineligible individuals are not registered to vote in Washington State. Read the full story here.
On March 21, 2011, IRLI filed a public comment with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), supporting a new rule that will reform the method for determining prevailing wages for temporary labor certifications of H-2B non-agricultural workers.
IRLI, like our parent organization FAIR, advocates for smart sustainable reforms to our nation’s laws that protect the wages, working conditions, and employment opportunities of U.S. workers against the adverse consequences associated with increased competition from foreign nonagricultural workers.
Florida Independent: State rep. pushing Ariz.-style immigration law has ties to organization working to reform 14th Amendment
IRLI has filed a Petition for Certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the City of Hazleton. Hazleton Pennsylvania gained international attention when it enacted two ordinances that prohibited business license holders from using unauthorized alien workers and landlords from knowingly renting properties to illegal aliens.