Workers dump raisins into bins on a farm south of Easton, Calif., in 2014. Anti-immigrant sentiment by Republican presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz worries agricultural leaders in the central San Joaquin Valley who say their industry needs immigrants in their workforce.
Workers dump raisins into bins on a farm south of Easton, Calif., in 2014. Anti-immigrant sentiment by Republican presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz worries agricultural leaders in the central San Joaquin Valley who say their industry needs immigrants in their workforce. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Workers dump raisins into bins on a farm south of Easton, Calif., in 2014. Anti-immigrant sentiment by Republican presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz worries agricultural leaders in the central San Joaquin Valley who say their industry needs immigrants in their workforce. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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