Immigration reform must protect farmers
Florida growers know that critical to their survival in the farm industry are the workers who spend their days in the fields, nurseries, forests and groves, planting, nurturing and bringing in the products so they can go to market.
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Since: Sep 07
#1 Mar 21, 2014
the farmers that are complaining about the current legal system in place for hiring foreigners to work there farms want slaves to work their farms.
that is why they are not adhering to the current laws in place.
a minimum wage is a CURRENT law. we have child labor laws in place.
these farmers are breaking the law, and they are doing this with impugnity because the federal government is not enforcing the laws.
since the government is not enforcing the law, why should we be following them?
#2 Mar 21, 2014
Do you have the slightly idea about how much per hour a good farm worker can make per hour? You clearly don't. It is way higher than the minimum wage.
#4 Mar 21, 2014
No immigration reform is coming, idiots.you are all getting deported as soon as mofo in the house leaves.
#5 Mar 21, 2014
No one is leaving anglo azzzwipe! Amnesty is the only viable solution!! LOL!!!
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