USA: Judge dismisses lawsuit over Tyson hiring practices
Springdale, Arkansas-based protein giant Tyson Foods has welcomed news that a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that the company reduced wages by hiring undocumented workers. Judge R. Allan Edgar, of US District Court in Tennessee's Eastern District, dismissed claims made by the plaintiffs in the case, stating, "the conclusion that Tyson's hiring of alleged illegal aliens depressed the plaintiff's wages would require sheer speculation."
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