Phil Prutch

Farmer in Colorado

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Farmer in Pueblo County, Colorado, who grows peppers, tomatoes, sweet corn, squash and pumpkins on his 250-acre farm

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A federal judge gave US employers--including farmers--a temporary reprieve yesterday, saying one immigration enforcement strategy might do irreparable harm to both business and labor.

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A federal judge gave US employers--including farmers--a temporary reprieve yesterday, saying one immigration enforcement strategy might do irreparable harm to both business and labor.

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