The Texas appeals court said Union Pacific did not need to provide long-sleeve shirts or repellent nor owe its workers a warning of prevention. (Photo: AP)

Union Pacific Railroad employee William Nami worked for several months along the tracks in the small, rural town of Sweeny, Texas, the self-described “mosquito capital of the world.”

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