WASHINGTON — The United Fresh Produce Association issued a statement on Tuesday advocating for an improved guest worker program and arguing that the Supreme Court’s decision on the Arizona immigration law (SB 1070) could be harmful for the produce industry labor force. On the portion of the Arizona law that requires state police conducting a stop, arrest or detention individuals to verify immigration status, the Supreme Court wrote on June 25,  "without the benefit ...

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