EEOC Sets Protections for Illegal Aliens

NPR's David Welna reports from Chicago that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has announced a fundamental change in federal rules pertaining to immigrants, who work in the United States illegally. The EEOC says the new federal guidelines are intended to prevent employers from exploiting or discriminating against such employees.

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