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Arizona is preparing to join eight other states in requiring that workers who plant, hoe and harvest be given drinkable water, toilets and places to wash their hands. The regulations, which are expected to cost farmers and labor contractors an average of 72 cents per person per day, will be adopted by the state Occupational Health and Safety Administration, officials said in Phoenix.

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