Free prison labor
A Massachusetts county sheriff has proposed sending prison inmates from around the United States to build the proposed wall along the Mexican border. that is one of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's most prominent campaign promises.
My question is who’s going to stop it. in reaserch i did on https://onlabor.org/2015/05/28/free-labor-the-law-of-prison-labor/ wich claimed that some advocates and scholars have argued that Thirteenth Amendment protections apply in the cases of immigrant detainee workers. This is a question that should be explored further. For other incarcerated workers, statutory law holds more promise for their labor and employment rights.
Another question i got is it really going to happen. On another research i did on that subject i found out that Trump, who will be sworn in on Jan. 20, insisted during his campaign that he would convince the Mexican government to pay for the wall, though Mexican officials have repeatedly said they would not do so.