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March 5, 1989
A Madera farm labor contracting firm accused of more than 330 violations of the 1986 Immigration Control and Reform Act is the first agricultural business in the nation to be fined under the law, federal officials said. S&A Farm Contractors of Madera was fined $153,250 for reportedly employing 27 illegal aliens who were arrested during Border Patrol sweeps in January, said J. William Carter, chief of the Border Patrol office in Livermore.
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March 5, 1989
A Madera farm labor contracting firm accused of more than 330 violations of the 1986 Immigration Control and Reform Act is the first agricultural business in the nation to be fined under the law, federal officials said. S&A Farm Contractors of Madera was fined $153,250 for reportedly employing 27 illegal aliens who were arrested during Border Patrol sweeps in January, said J. William Carter, chief of the Border Patrol office in Livermore.
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March 2, 1989 | From Times wire services
The Immigration and Nationalization Service announced today that it has levied the largest fine in its history--$150,000--against a Madera labor contractor for knowingly hiring illegal aliens. Howard Ezell, regional director of the INS, said the fine was also the agency's first against an agricultural employer. S & A Farm Contractors was fined $153,250 Wednesday. Ezell said U.S.
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