Bryan Little

California Farm Bureau Federation

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Director of employment policy for California Farm Bureau Federation

Bryan Little on KCRW

It's the summer harvest season in California, and farmers are facing a problem that's all too familiar: undocumented workers are needed to pick the crops.

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It's the summer harvest season in California, and farmers are facing a problem that's all too familiar: undocumented workers are needed to pick the crops.

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