Alabama immigrants: unexpected consequences
Alabama law drives out illegal immigrants but also has unexpected consequences. Facing the consequences in Alabama: Fallout from the state’s harsh law addressing illegal immigration is being felt on a number of levels.
ALBERTVILLE, Ala. — Hidden behind the Banco del Sol and the Tienda El Nino is the economic pillar of this rural town: A massive factory that processes 130,000 chickens a day. Inside, headless plucked birds move along conveyor belts while 300 workers, in repeated deft strokes, slice each passing carcass into chunks of kitchen-ready meat.
For years, most poultry workers here were Mexican immigrants, including some who were in the country illegally. But last fall, after a tough state law against illegal immigrants took effect, many vanished overnight, rattling the town’s large Hispanic community and leaving the poultry business scrambling to find workers willing to stand for hours in a wet, chilly room, cutting up dead chickens. written by By Pamela Constable, Published: June 17,2012 for the Washington Post
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