“It really affects anybody who eats,” quips Max Finberg, Director of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. However, “Immigration is not directly addressed in there.” Because the policies and programs outlined in the Farm Bill have such a broad scope and directly influence U.S. agriculture, immigrants and immigration programs are affected by it. That being said, though, it cannot provide the comprehensive solution required to reform U.S. immigration.
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From The Justice Conference 2012.