A divided Cobb County Commission on Tuesday struck down a controversial proposal that would have imposed new regulations aimed at preventing illegal immigrants from being hired to work on taxpayer projects.
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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has provided comprehensive coverage of the significant role Georgia has played in the national debate on illegal immigration. Today’s story focuses on Cobb County as it decides whether to require the county’s contractors to let a federal agency review their employment records.