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Another Civics Lesson from Rep. Pete Stark

In the same town hall meeting where he declared the federal government could do "most anything in this country," Rep. Pete Stark, D-Calif., goes on to claim that the government's
E-Verify system for checking citizenship status of workers is unconstitutional because it "could pose a limit on someone getting a job."

As the residents point out, isn't that the point?

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