Green Bay delays anti-illegal immigration plan
Green Bay's Advisory Committee delayed action Thursday night on a plan to revoke city licenses of businesses that hire illegal immigrants.
More than two dozen people testified and only two were in favor.
Still, the measure appeared to be heading toward passage when its main sponsor, Paul Fradette, council president, called for further discussion in about two to three weeks.
Green Bay's Protection and Welfare Committee will take up the same proposal on Wednesday night.