FINCHVILLE, KY – SEPTEMBER 9: Migrant worker Victor Parra of Mexico harvests Burley tobacco grown by Tucker Farms before hanging the leaves in barns to begin their six week curing process September 9, 2013 in Finchville, Kentucky. The migrant workers participate in the U.S. Department of Labor’s H-2A temporary agricultural program, which allows agricultural employers to hire temporary help for seasonal work. (Photo by Luke Sharrett/Getty Images)

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