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Maryland wants more visas for foreign workers in seafood industry

Added 01-21-20 09:04:02pm EST - “Maryland's Republican governor urged officials to allow more visas for foreign workers to help state's $355 million seafood industry and seasonal employers” - Foxbusiness.com

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FOX Business' Neil Cavuto, Wall Street editorial page member Jillian Melchior, political science professor Dr. Jeanne Zaino and New York Post editorial board member Kelly Jane Torrance discuss General Mills' decision to invest in plant-based seafood to be more environmentally friendly and to accommodate some individuals.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland's Republican governor on Tuesday urged federal officials to allow more H-2B visas for foreign workers to help the state's $355 million seafood industry and seasonal employers.

Gov. Larry Hogan made the request in a letter to Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia. Hogan also called for a long-term solution.

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