Aug 21, 2013
Tacking health care costs onto California farm produce

Farm labor contractors across California, the nation’s biggest agricultural engine, are increasingly nervous about a provision of the Affordable Care Act that will require hundreds of thousands of field workers to be covered by health insurance. The New York Times

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