USDA study looks at immigration, its importance to agriculture sector
WILLMAR — In recent weeks, the emotionally charged and politically sensitive issue of reforming our nation’s immigration policy has been debated in the halls of Congress. And while inflows of immigrants of all skill levels and categories have long augmented our nation’s labor force, several labor-intensive U.S. industries, including agriculture, employ large numbers of foreign workers, not all of whom are legally authorized to work in this country.
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