Motel 6

The company admitted at least six of its Washington state locations voluntarily provided guests' information to the federal immigration agency.
Some of the hotel chain's Arizona locations also gave information to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The chain apologizes after Phoenix motel staffers admitted they sent reports to immigration agents.
The Motel 6 budget lodging chain has discovered that two of their Phoenix locations have been sharing guest information with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Senior management claims to have not known about it.
Motel employees were handing ICE agents their guest lists on a regular basis, the Phoenix New Times reports.
Motel 6 released a statement deploring the incident: "At Motel 6, we are proud of the great diversity of the guests that
Founded in Santa Barbara in 1962 by William Becker and Paul Greene, developers of low-cost housing in California, Motel 6
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