Frustrated with federal foot-dragging on immigrant-worker issues, lawmakers in Arizona and Colorado are considering measures to create state guest-worker programs as foodservice constituents, and operators in neighboring states, face labor shortages seen as worsened by local crackdowns on undocumented employees.The Arizona proposal would create that state’s own temporary-worker system to help address labor shortages in the agriculture, construction, restaurant and hospitality industries. ...
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