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Immigration Reform / A Discussion #1037761

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 28, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The politics behind a new immigration plan introduced; recent presidential election statistics cited. [Senator John McCAIN - says we are losing the Hispanic vote and we cannot have 11 million people living in the shadows.] [In 2009, Senator Marco RUBIO; in 2007, former Governor Mike HUCKABEE; in 2010, MAN, McCAIN - oppose amnesty.] [In 2007 twice, 2008 twice, McCAIN - backs immigration reform.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Cornell Belcher and Margaret Hoover about the immigration issue. [BORGIA, BELCHER - say RepublicanS are worried about survival after the 2012 election.] [HOOVER - says Republicans have a history of supporting some kind of immigration reform; explains mainstream Republicans will be there.] [BELCHER - outlines the White House strategy for getting legislation passed; suggests this proposal could fall apart with citizenship contingent on enforcement.] [BELCHER - suggests there is political "triangulation" going on.]

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