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US Farmers Keep Eye on Immigration Reformi
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July 24, 2013 11:45 AM
American farmers are experiencing a shortage of people to work their fields. The workers they do have are largely from Latin America and in the United States with false documents. Farmers say without immigration reform, both problems will continue. Elizabeth Lee reports from Imperial Valley, a farming region near the border of the western state of California and Mexico.

US Farmers Keep Eye on Immigration Reform

Published July 24, 2013

American farmers are experiencing a shortage of people to work their fields. The workers they do have are largely from Latin America and in the United States with false documents. Farmers say without immigration reform, both problems will continue. Elizabeth Lee reports from Imperial Valley, a farming region near the border of the western state of California and Mexico.


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