New DHS rules may not persuade court to allow no-match letters

WASHINGTON A National Restaurant Association official said labor groups that won an injunction against the Department of Homeland Security last year believe its newly revised final rules for "no-match" letters may not satisfy the court that blocked the government from threatening employers with penalties for unresolved records discrepancies.

DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff is scheduled to ask for a lifting of the injunction when the court takes up the case again

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