Sens. seek to move farm worker provision without reigniting war

Raju, Manu
July 2007
Hill;7/25/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 90, p3
The article reports on the effort of U.S. senators who support a provision aimed at helping undocumented agriculture workers earn legal status to assess whether to attach the measure to the farm bill or a spending bill. These legislators do not want the provision to reignite the divisive Senate debate over the immigration legislation. Currently, these senators are unsure which course to pursue.


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