Great News! We are well on our way to the Constitutional Revision Commission (CRC) placing our E-Verify proposal on Florida's November 2018 ballot. Our proposal has passed two CRC committee hearings; both unanimously. Our amendment is now one of thirty-seven amendments for consideration to move forward.
WE ARE NOW AT A CRITICAL TIME IN THE AMENDMENT PROCESS
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Please Support E-Verify Proposal 29
Dear CRC Commission Member:
Please put E-Verify Proposal 29 on the ballot.
Floridians should have a right to vote on this
critical solution next November.
Call the CRC: (850) 717-9550
Speakers should arrive and sign up by 11:30 AM!
Sit in the section with the E-Verify signs.
Tampa Bay Area Public Hearing (Pinellas County)
Tuesday, March 13, 1:00-7:00 PM EST
University of South Florida – St. Petersburg
University Student Center
200 6th Ave S
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Employers’ Mandate to Verify the Employment Eligibility of all New Employees.
Effective on July 1, 2020 following passage of this amendment by the voters, all Florida employers who hold business licenses shall verify the employment eligibility of all new employees through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s E-Verify system. The Department of Business and Professional Regulation shall administer this amendment through regulations, random audits, investigations of complaints, and enforcement actions. Authorizes penalties for violations of this amendment. Provides definitions.
Whereas, the E-Verify system is a federal Internet-based system that lets businesses check prospective employees to see if they are legally present and eligible to work in the United States.
Whereas, E-Verify is currently the best means available for employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees.
Whereas, knowingly hiring illegal aliens is against the law and robs Florida’s citizens and legal immigrants of job opportunities.
Whereas, providing education, medical care, and other public services to its illegal alien population costs Florida taxpayers $5.4 billion a year.
Whereas, E-Verify is business friendly, it’s fast, free and easy to use – and it’s the best way employers can make sure they are employing a legal workforce.
Therefore, I, the undersigned Florida taxpayer, call upon the members of Florida’s Constitutional Revision Commission to place this amendment on Florida’s 2018 ballot.
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