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Season 2007 Episode 0426

Immigration Reform: Prospects and Possibilities

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Immigration Reform: Prospects and Possibilities
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Congress and the Bush Administration are focused on reforming the country's immigration policies and addressing the status of the nation's 12 million illegal immigrants. Yet what are the prospects for real reform? And can Congress agree on legislation?A panel of national experts discuss the content of the proposed law and the possibilities of immigration reform in the 110th Congress.moreless

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