by Sasha Aslanian, Minnesota Public Radio
November 9, 2009
Minneapolis — One of the largest immigration crackdowns under the Obama administration to date took place in the Twin Cities last month, when 1,200 undocumented janitors were fired from their jobs, according to immigration lawyers.
The janitors worked for ABM, a San Francisco-based contract company that cleans many downtown office towers in the Twin Cities.
The Obama administration has shifted away from the dramatic workplace raids that were a hallmark of the Bush administration's enforcement strategy. Under President Obama, the Department of Homeland Security says it is putting pressure on employers who break the law. [...]
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