ONTARIO, Calif. — Pro’s Ranch Markets here has released more than 300 employees at its six Phoenix-area stores — 20% of its workforce there — because they were found to be working without proper work authorization documentation. Julie Pace, a Phoenix-based attorney for the 12-store chain, said an audit by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is ongoing at Pro’s other stores — four in Southern California, one in Texas and one in New Mexico. The audits are part of a national ...

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