Oregon wineries, food processors oppose proposed work week limit

Workers at A to Z Wineworks in Newberg, Ore., sort grapes during the 2014 harvest in this file photo. Oregon's wineries and food processors oppose a bill that would limit work weeks to 72 hours, arguing it would hinder periods of peak production.

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