On the border, Trump's State of the Union sounds like either 'compromise' or 'blackmail'
SAN LUIS, Arizona — It's still several hours before many of the stores open up, but Main Street is buzzing early Wednesday morning. At 4 a.m. hundreds of people, farm workers from southwestern Arizona and northern Mexico, assemble in small crowds.
These workers — a mix of legal U.S. residents and Mexican commuters with work visas — wait to board one of the dozens of white buses lining the street, which will take them to the fertile fields spanning Yuma County.
Late January marks the peak of the winter produce season, and workers will spend the day picking up lettuce, beets, cauliflower, and... read more
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