California's Laborers Hit by Crop Freeze

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The freeze that numbed California over the weekend and earlier this week appears to be easing, but the damage is done. Citrus farmers are cataloging their losses, many workers have already been laid off, and social service agencies are bracing for a rush of unemployed farm workers.

Tamara Keith reports from KQED in San Francisco.



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