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How the immigration bill could change how we live and work in California




Workers fill boxes with containers strawberries for shipment. Each box is labeled with a serial number, with codes for the farm, strawberry variety, and Julian date.
Workers fill boxes with containers strawberries for shipment. Each box is labeled with a serial number, with codes for the farm, strawberry variety, and Julian date.
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Then, there are more than two million undocumented workers in California. If the immigration bill that is being discussed in the news today becomes law, it could change how we live and work here in Southern California. 

Louis DeSipio is a professor of political science and latino and chicano studies at the University California at Irvine.

Ralph Strahm is a farmer in Holtville, CA.

Aida Hermosillo is a hospitality worker in Anaheim whose son is currently living in the US without documentation.