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E-Verify Rattles Nerves In America's Dairyland

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States like Ariz. and Miss. require employers to check if new hires are undocumented. It's a system known as E-Verify. Wis. could be deeply affected if Congress decides to make it mandatory nationwide, particularly because many farmlands in Wis. rely on migrant labor. Host Michel Martin speaks with Deborah Reinhart, owner of Gold Star Dairy Farm in New Holstein, Wis., and Georgia Pabst, reporter for The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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