Iowa meatpacking plant raid sends the government down a murky immigration trail

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When America's largest kosher meatpacking plant was raided, investigators found something far more egregious than undocumented workers: laborers as young as 14 working through the night and in hazardous conditions. Guest: Sonia Parras Konrad, an attorney with the Des Moines, Iowa, firm Benzoni. Konrad is the pro bono lawyer for 23 of the young laborers arrested in the Iowa meatpacking raid.

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