A farmworker reaches for a ripe mandarin orange in a grove. For farmworkers who pick oranges or peaches for $10 an hour, contributing 9.5 percent of their income toward health premiums can be too much.
A farmworker reaches for a ripe mandarin orange in a grove. For farmworkers who pick oranges or peaches for $10 an hour, contributing 9.5 percent of their income toward health premiums can be too much. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
A farmworker reaches for a ripe mandarin orange in a grove. For farmworkers who pick oranges or peaches for $10 an hour, contributing 9.5 percent of their income toward health premiums can be too much. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

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