Panel assesses the status of immigration reform efforts


Issue Date: March 21, 2012
By Christine Souza

Developing a legislative solution so that family farmers and ranchers would have access to a legal and reliable pool of employees has been a long time coming. Tomato grower Luawanna Hallstrom of Oceanside, co-chair of the Agricultural Coalition for Immigration Reform, has worked on the issue for more than 25 years.

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