Farm workers pull weeds in a Central Valley onion field near Stratford, Calif. Farm workers are among the state’s lowest paid employees and Democratic legislators want to attack poverty in working families with an increase in the minimum wage and an earned income tax credit.
Farm workers pull weeds in a Central Valley onion field near Stratford, Calif. Farm workers are among the state’s lowest paid employees and Democratic legislators want to attack poverty in working families with an increase in the minimum wage and an earned income tax credit. MATT BLACK NYT
Farm workers pull weeds in a Central Valley onion field near Stratford, Calif. Farm workers are among the state’s lowest paid employees and Democratic legislators want to attack poverty in working families with an increase in the minimum wage and an earned income tax credit. MATT BLACK NYT
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May 06, 2015 2:24 PM

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