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The law applied to all employees hired after January 1, 2007 except for local education agencies which was March 1, 2007.HB 36 - Passed in 2011, HB 36 requires all employers with more than 6 employees to use E-Verify.HB 646 requires private employers to either use E-Verify or check multiple forms of identification from the new hire, which must be kept on file.The bill states that employers that chose to use E-Verify to check the status of new hires have acted in "good faith" and are protected from prosecution. David Ogema, HB 4355 would require that state and local government offices, and agencies that refer employees to those offices, verify new hires through E-Verify.On August 24, 2009, Illinois enacted S1133 prohibiting the state or localities from requiring employers to use an employment eligibility verification system.Indiana SB 590 - Passed in 2011, SB 590 requires state and local agencies and state and local contractors to use E-Verify.

Nebraska L 403 - Passed in 2009, LB403 requires state and local governments and contractors to use E-Verify effective October 1, 2009.Mississippi SB 2988 - Passed in 2008, SB 2988 requires public and private employers to participate in E-Verify with full participation by July 2011.Missouri HB 1549 - Passed in 2008, HB 1549 requires all public employers to use E-Verify.Minnesota Executive Order - In January 2008, Governor Tim Pawlenty issued an executive order effective, January 29, 2008, stating that all hiring authorities within the executive branch of state government as well as any employer seeking to enter into a state contract worth in excess of ,000 must participate in the E-Verify program.

The executive order expired 90 days after Pawlenty left office. Tom Emmer offered and the State House approved an amendment requiring the mandatory use of E-Verify for anyone receiving funds from a

The executive order expired 90 days after Pawlenty left office. Tom Emmer offered and the State House approved an amendment requiring the mandatory use of E-Verify for anyone receiving funds from a $1 billion stimulus bill.

The bill also require private employers to use E-Verify in order to qualify for certain tax credits on their state income taxes.

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The executive order expired 90 days after Pawlenty left office. Tom Emmer offered and the State House approved an amendment requiring the mandatory use of E-Verify for anyone receiving funds from a $1 billion stimulus bill.The bill also require private employers to use E-Verify in order to qualify for certain tax credits on their state income taxes.

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The bill also require private employers to use E-Verify in order to qualify for certain tax credits on their state income taxes.