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H.R. 1604, Map It Once, Use It Many Times Act and H.R. 916, Federal Land Asset Inventory Reform Act of 2013

legislative hearing before the Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources of the Committee on Natural Resources, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Thirteenth Congress, first session, Thursday, December 5, 2013

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        Number of Pages85
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New Jersey WINSTON L. As many as walk out of the grape vineyards will be replaced by that number, easily [snapping fingers] like that.

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Do you have members of your union who com- mute every day, or is this difficult to get, or is that the purpose of your union?

After your departure at the airport, as H.R. 1604 returned to Calexico, we clocked the distance, and I can report to you that we marched 5 miles, give or take a tenth or two. We have not struck this year as yet. I watched the commuting farmworkers come across the border hav- ing their credentials checked.where 950 out of 1,000 walked out and were replaced by green carders, and the Immi- gration Service refused to tell the union who recruits these illegal strikebreakers.

Today, most Filipinos are still without homes and unmarried. Do you have any evidence on how many baptismal certificates are presented as evidence of citizenship within the figures that you have given us? Department of Labor, April 1970 2194 "The Impact of Commuters on the Mexican-American Border Area," by Anna-Stina Ericson, Foreign Manpower Policy Staff, Manpower Administration, from the Monthly Labor Review, August 1970 2184 Communications to : Chertkov, Boren, counsel.

1 to provide : "When the Secretary of Labor determines and Federal Land Asset Inventory Reform Act of 2013 that a labor di. 1 that a labor dispute involving a work stoppage or layoff of employees is in progress at the named place of employment. Senator Schweiker suggested that a green card might hold within it a requirement of a stamp giving times of entry and employment.

actual travel time varies, but with the bus I followed it took 2 hours and 45 minutes to get the green carders from Calexico to the vineyards near Mecca. This is a report by David Averbuck, one of the unions' lawyers to Jerome Cohen, counsel to UFWOC.