Migrant workers from south of the border were invited into the U.S. by the people and politicians who represented the agricultural sector 30 years ago. The valuable and critical part they played in our food chain was recognized then. The issue of legal/illegal entry into the country was set aside in order to have access to cheap labor in order to keep farm profits high and food costs low for the citizens of the U.S. This approach worked until U.S. citizens developed an irrational phobia against our southern neighbors. If it weren’t for the consequences for the poor I would vote “NO” but without the labor from south of the border food prices would sky rocket, we would loose the diversity of food choices and quantity/quality of food availability. (We waste 40+ percent of the food we buy.) Even with this bill there will be those who will vote no due to prejudice. I hope the farm immigrants join their labor unions and force the payment of a fair wage, medical care, housing, equitable treatment and prevent exploitation while growing and harvesting food stuffs that this ungrateful country requires for it’s life. If we are not going to give them the respect their are due for the part they play in supporting our standard of living we should have to pay extra for that lack of respect. This will drive the price of food higher but maybe we need to see exactly where our food comes from and what it cost. Citizens U.S. are generally to lazy to do the hard labor of growing and harvesting the food they consume.