Oklahoma Immigration Law Passes Test

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Oklahoma’s immigration law, House Bill 1804, contains a number of employment provisions, including limitations on discharging employees while knowingly retaining unauthorized workers and requiring verification of employees’ legal work status. On February 11, Tulsa District Court Judge Jefferson D. Sellers ruled that the immigration law’s employment provisions don’t violate the Oklahoma Constitution.

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