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Hispanic Immigrants Come - and Go - in Rural, PA Town

The Trump administration’s stepped up enforcement against illegal immigrants is having an impact on many largely Hispanic communities across the U.S,, including in one small rural town in southeastern Pennsylvania that is a source of labor for the surrounding farms and orchards. The town, York Springs, has evolved from a traditional, white-only community over the past few decades to one where almost half the population of 800 people is Hispanic, mainly from Mexico. VOA’s Bill Rodgers has more from York Springs. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.