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May 23, 2011 12:00 AM

Immigration crackdown worries Vidalia onion county

LYONS -- Signs point to an exodus in Vidalia onion country. Fliers on a Mexican storefront advertise free transportation for workers willing to pick jalapenos and banana peppers in Florida and blueberries in the Carolinas. Buying an outbound bus ticket now requires reservations.

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