In this June 10, 2013 photo, Maria Barbosa checks out a customer at her store, which caters to the area's Latino population, as her son, Alex Suastegui, right, looks on in Vidalia, Ga.

 

              In this June 10, 2013 photo, Maria Barbosa checks out a customer at her store, which caters to the area
In this June 10, 2013 photo, Maria Barbosa checks out a customer at her store, which caters to the area's Latino population, as her son, Alex Suastegui, right, looks on in Vidalia, Ga. Two years after a handful of Southern states passed laws designed to drive away people living in the country illegally, the landscape looks much as it did before: still heavily populated with foreign workers, many of whom don't have legal authorization to be here. Barbosa estimated that her profits dropped by about 30 percent after Georgia’s law passed. It’s rebounded somewhat in the last two years, but it’s still not as strong as it was, she said. (AP Photo/David Goldman)