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WSJ on alien-hiring RICO

A weekend WSJ editorial picks up on the dismissal of the Tyson case which we've been covering for a long while (and on which we commented Thursday):

...Six of the eight plants named in the suit were unionized, which means that Tyson didn't "set" wages. It negotiated them....

Conservatives normally have little tolerance for civil justice abuse and government harassment of business. Nevertheless, Howard Foster, the plaintiffs lawyer who filed the class action against Tyson and has filed similar suits against other companies, has strangely become something of a hero on the nativist right.

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Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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