SAN JOSE, Calif. — The United Food and Commercial Workers Union here said pro-labor and immigrant-rights organizations plan to boycott Mi Pueblo Foods here after the Hispanic-oriented chain said it is implementing the E-Verify program to confirm the eligibility of future employees. Vince Alvarado, Mi Pueblo’s chief operating officer, said, "After much internal debate and after evaluating our company's future growth opportunities, we felt this to be a necessary step ...
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