Paul Wenger, president of the California Farm Bureau Federation, argues against paying the state’s farm laborers overtime. “It would kill me,” the farmer says.
Paul Wenger, president of the California Farm Bureau Federation, argues against paying the state’s farm laborers overtime. “It would kill me,” the farmer says. Nan Austin Modesto Bee file
Paul Wenger, president of the California Farm Bureau Federation, argues against paying the state’s farm laborers overtime. “It would kill me,” the farmer says. Nan Austin Modesto Bee file
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Why are California’s most vulnerable workers denied by Democrats?

July 03, 2016 06:00 AM

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