Hurricanes, Politics, Blowing Florida’s Laborers Away?

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 15, 2006   View Article

Florida farmers are concerned that millions of pounds of fruit and vegetables may go unpicked next harvest season because U.S. immigration politics are keeping laborers from their fields.

And if hurricanes wallop the Sunshine State like they did the past two years, the problem could become even worse.

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