Oregon judge blocks measure restricting immigrant hiring
A Columbia County judge blocked a voter-backed ballot measure that would fine employers for hiring illegal immigrants from taking effect as scheduled Monday.
The measure was challenged by a coalition of Columbia County business owners and voters represented by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Northwest Workers' Justice Project.
You can see the actual lawsuit here. The plaintiffs who need to be boycotted include:
Plaintiff Daniel R. Garrison is the proprietor of Daniel R. Garrison, CPA, PC, a business in Columbia County.
Plaintiff Gary Liao is the proprietor of whereexactly.com, a business in St. Helens.
Plaintiff Tony Mandella is a construction contractor and a voter within Columbia County, Oregon.
And most interesting to me is:
Plaintiff Jesus Ochoa-Madrueno is a resident of Columbia County and is ordinarily employed in construction work in the County. He is of Mexican national origin.
Does this mean an illegal alien is suing the voters of Columbia County? All other plaintiffs are listed as a "voter of Columbia County who own real property." What does "ordinarily employed" mean? I don't know for sure that Mr. Ochoa-Madrueno is an illegal alien but in this context the indicators sure seem to point in that direction.
It stands to reason that this measure, which simply requires the government to enforce their own laws, caused the above plaintiff to become unemployed since he was working illegaly, identifying himself illegaly, commiting perjury and probably ID theft by using your SSN or mine when he filled out his employment paperwork.
The media won't look into this because they are not reporters of the news, they are lapdogs for liberablism. The outrage that would occur if the public new that an illegal alien could sue to overturn the will of the voters would be tremedous.