The Harshest Law in the Land Harms the State’s Economy and Society
Escrito el 02 Jul 2012
On September 29, 2011, sweet potato farmer Casey Smith, right, looks at a nearly empty sweet potato field that needs cultivating on his father's farm in Cullman, Alabama. Normally, Smith hires some 25 laborers to help bring in his crop. Only five workers showed up on the day that Alabama's stringent immigration law took effect.