SAN JOSE, Calif. —The Justice for Mercados Workers Campaign, a coalition of community groups, said Sunday it plans to launch a boycott of Mi Pueblo Foods today until the company rescinds its decision to participate in E-Verify and "until it sticks up for its employees instead of cooperating with an I-9 audit that cannot be stopped." Mi Pueblo, which employs a larger number of Hispanic employees, announced Friday it was undergoing an I-9 audit by the Department Homeland ...

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