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Immigration and the green industry

4/16/2015

H-2B program is extended, plus predictions for immigration reform. More

Hillsborough backs away from fertilizer ban

7/16/2010

County’s Environmental Protection Commission approved new regulations that will restrict homeowners from applying nitrogen-based fertilizer before heavy rainfalls. More

Hollywood looks at waterless lawns

7/15/2010

City takes issues with some residents' idea of xeriscaping; looks to retool its conflicting codes. More

Officials: Economic woes no excuse for dead landscape

7/12/2010

Landscape maintenance ordinances call for yards to be neatly tended, though not necessarily lush. More

Aiken employers must check immigration status

7/12/2010

A 2008 state law that went into effect July 1 requires all businesses to check new hires' legal status More

Turning small business owners into lobbyists

7/1/2010

Don't be intimidated by government officials, says New Jersey State Assemblywoman Amy H. Handlin, who explains how to establish relationships effectively More

Arizona immigration law exodus pushing problem to other states

6/30/2010

Without national migrant reform, similar laws may spread across U.S. More

DHS Issues Final Rule Rescinding Controversial 'No-Match' Regulation

10/7/2009

The government will now focus on increased compliance through improved verification for illegal aliens. More

Florida County Urges Reduced Irrigation Water Use

3/28/2007

Residents in unincorporated St. Lucie County are asked to refrain from irrigating between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m., More

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