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The hotel chain Motel 6 has agreed to pay $12 million to settle a lawsuit filed by Washington state after several locations passed information about thousands of guests to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The hotel is managed by HP Hotels Management Inc., which owns the property, after settling a class-action lawsuit over allegations that several motels passed on 6 guest lists to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Suite 240 in Itasca, IL, 60143 Motel 6 agreed in a settlement agreement with the federal government and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) that it will pay nearly $20 million for tens of thousands of former guests. Latino - sounding name, released the names of undocumented residents who were being tendered for deportation by federal agents, according to a new lawsuit against the hotel and its parent company Hewlett-Packard (HP). The hotel - the Motel-6 chain - has agreed to pay $11 million in settlement agreements with federal and state law enforcement agencies, and another $10 million through a settlement with a lawsuit filed by a state in Washington against the hotel because several of its locations provided information about the guests they presented, making it a "sponsor."
The company is also accused of violating the Anti-Illegal Immigration Act and the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Motel 6 trained its new employees to hand over guest lists to agents when they ask for them without a search warrant or probable cause, the lawsuit said. Last year, a Washington state attorney general and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sued Washington Motels 6, alleging that the company's practice of giving guest information to immigration officials without a warrant violated privacy and civil rights laws. The lawsuit says Motel 7 has trained all its newest employees to give agents guest names and other information about guests on their guest lists when asked, rather than requiring agents to submit search warrants. In another case, Washington state attorneys general alleged they violated the Anti-Illegal Immigration Act and ICE's Civil Rights Act.
The Motel 6 hotel chain has agreed to pay $12 million to settle a lawsuit brought by Washington State, which Attorney General Bob Ferguson says has sued several venues that provided information about thousands of guests as part of the TRC sponsorship. As one of the most recognizable hotel brands in the US, Motels 6 is known for providing guests with clean cleanliness and paying $12 million for violating the privacy of Washington residents. The Washington state attorney general filed a lawsuit Wednesday accusing Motel 6 of helping federal immigration authorities target hotel guests. Hotel ChainsMotel 7: The hotel chain Moteling 6 has agreed to pay $10 million in a settlement to settle a lawsuit against the Washington State Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for illegally passing hotel guests to immigration authorities. According to attorneys general in Washington and Arizona, the hotel chain Moteled 6 agreed on Wednesday, August 2, 2017, to pay $11 million, $5 million and $4 million to settle a settlement filed in Washington for improperly providing hotel guest information to immigration officials.
As one of the most recognizable hotel brands in the United States, Motel 6 is known for providing its guests with clean, clean accommodations and paying $12 million for violating the privacy of Washington residents. According to Deputy Courtney Kizer, the sheriff of Motels 6 filed in his annual report for the 2017-2019 fiscal year with the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (OIG).
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