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US immigration reform could help farmers

Tighter immigration laws could solidify status of workers and be a boon for US labor force.

Last Modified: 09 May 2013 20:59
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The United States government is looking at changes to its immigration laws, to tighten the rules on undocumented foreigners.

The changes could also provide legal status to millions of these workers who now live in the US. Some farmers say the changes could help their industry.

Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from a dairy farm in western New York state.

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