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By Reason of Inanity

ESTEBAN RANGEL JUST WANTED JUSTICE. A 45-YEAR-OLD from Ciudad Juárez, Rangel has worked construction in El Paso since he was 17. In that time, he’s seen scores of immigrant workers cheated by employers — always without consequence.

“Workers who aren’t paid by their employers, if they go steal a gallon of milk or

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