Toiling in a dusty vineyard at Easton, farmworker Pablo Santiago dumps a pan of Thompson seedless grapes for raisin drying last month. Farmers say a law granting overtime to agricultural laborers after eight hours will hurt, rather than help, those farmworkers.
Toiling in a dusty vineyard at Easton, farmworker Pablo Santiago dumps a pan of Thompson seedless grapes for raisin drying last month. Farmers say a law granting overtime to agricultural laborers after eight hours will hurt, rather than help, those farmworkers. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Toiling in a dusty vineyard at Easton, farmworker Pablo Santiago dumps a pan of Thompson seedless grapes for raisin drying last month. Farmers say a law granting overtime to agricultural laborers after eight hours will hurt, rather than help, those farmworkers. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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