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E-verify Numbers Just Don’t Add Up

From Greg Siskind’s blog, comes a post on why the flaws critics have noted in the E-verify system are not negligible (as is claimed by DHS and USCIS).

The Cato Institute’s Jim Harper has been effectively challenging the Department of Homeland Security’s assertion that the false positive rate with the E-Verify program is negligible. Here is Harper’s latest analysis:

Click here to read the full article.

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