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ASHEVILLE, N.C. — A federal court in North Carolina declined to dismiss farms’ Administrative Procedures Act claims against the Department of Labor after it published a final rule changing wage rates for temporary farm workers who aren’t U.S. citizens. Because they have shown evidence that they will be harmed financially by drastically increasing labor costs, their complaint cannot be dismissed.