Antonio Cabrera, a U.S. citizen from El Salvador, installs flooring in The Rev. Adamin Avila's home in Rock Hill on Wednesday. Cabrera owns a home-improvement business and says he would prefer a guest-worker program for immigrants over new laws requiring employers to verify employees' legal status.
Antonio Cabrera, a U.S. citizen from El Salvador, installs flooring in The Rev. Adamin Avila's home in Rock Hill on Wednesday. Cabrera owns a home-improvement business and says he would prefer a guest-worker program for immigrants over new laws requiring employers to verify employees' legal status.
Antonio Cabrera, a U.S. citizen from El Salvador, installs flooring in The Rev. Adamin Avila's home in Rock Hill on Wednesday. Cabrera owns a home-improvement business and says he would prefer a guest-worker program for immigrants over new laws requiring employers to verify employees' legal status.

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