In a June 4 story about immigration reform and its impact on agriculture industry, The Associated Press, relying on information from the United Farm Workers union, erroneously reported the number of inquiries about the union's "Take Our Jobs" campaign. The union received about 8,600 inquiries, not 86,000.
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