Organic Peach Farmer Calls for Immigration Reform American farmers depend on immigrant labor to cull their crops. Organic peach farmer David Mas Masumoto says it's time for Congress and the White House to enact real immigration reform.
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Organic Peach Farmer Calls for Immigration Reform

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Organic Peach Farmer Calls for Immigration Reform

Organic Peach Farmer Calls for Immigration Reform

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Organic peach farmer David Mas Masumoto of Fresno, California. hide caption

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American farmers depend on immigrant labor to cull their crops. Organic peach farmer David Mas Masumoto says it's time for Congress and the White House to enact real immigration reform. He says it will be better for the workers, and for his peach trees.

Mas Masumoto is a food and society policy fellow with the Kellogg Foundation.