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The president's immigration action will have a major impact in California, home to the largest undocumented immigrant population in the US. The state is also the America's agricultural leader. But abuses to undocumented farmworkers, such as wage theft and poor working conditions are common. If undocumented farmworkers are applicable for temporary relief from deportation, will they remain on the fields? Or will they move to another industry? And what does that mean for California's economy and the country's agricultural supplier?
Sources: The White House, Migration Policy Institute, US Department of Agriculture, California Office of Controller, California Agricultural Statistics Overview, UC Davis.
PRI's The World | Shefali S. Kulkarni