Left to right, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, congressman Jim Costa and grower/packer Dennis Parnagian watch Lucia Garcia sort nectarines at Fowler Packing in this 2009 photo. Fowler Packing is one of two Fresno-area companies appealing provisions of a law the firms say unfairly target them.
Left to right, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, congressman Jim Costa and grower/packer Dennis Parnagian watch Lucia Garcia sort nectarines at Fowler Packing in this 2009 photo. Fowler Packing is one of two Fresno-area companies appealing provisions of a law the firms say unfairly target them. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file
Left to right, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, congressman Jim Costa and grower/packer Dennis Parnagian watch Lucia Garcia sort nectarines at Fowler Packing in this 2009 photo. Fowler Packing is one of two Fresno-area companies appealing provisions of a law the firms say unfairly target them. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file

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