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Miami state attorney's office ethics dilemma, immigrant heritage month and the cricket World Cup

Farmworkers are asking big buyers, like Wendy’s and Publix, to pledge to purchase only from suppliers who follow a code of conduct designed to protect workers’ rights.
Matias J. Ocner
Miami Herald
Second only to California, Florida stands out as one of the top producers of agricultural products in the nation. Nestled within that is South Miami-Dade, an area that has been critical to the industry — thanks in particular to its migrant farm worker community.

On the South Florida Roundup, we examined charges of rogue prosecutors under Miami-Dade State AttorneyKatherine Fernandez Rundle. Will a new appointment restore public trust? It's Immigrant Heritage Month, so we looked at a new study underway to profile the rich and indispensable legacy of South Florida’s migrant farmworkers. And with the Cricket World Cup coming to Broward – including a match featuring the U.S. team – we asked: how do you play this game?

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