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USA-IMMIGRATION/AMERICANAPPAREL
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October 18, 2008 
Company masseur Luciano Verdi (R) massages a worker at the American Apparel factory in downtown Los Angeles,... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
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Company masseur Luciano Verdi (R) massages a worker at the American Apparel factory in downtown Los Angeles, October 17, 2008. Telephone calls to Mexico are free at American Apparel's downtown Los Angeles factory, where employees sport T-shirts displaying their job functions in Spanish and English and the bulk of garment workers were born south of the U.S. Border. So it's no surprise that the largest apparel manufacturer in the United States -- whose chief executive displays his first alien resident card in the lunch room -- has made immigrant labor a hallmark of its social message and is pushing for a reform as the country chooses a new president. To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/AMERICANAPPAREL REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
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