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US-Mexico Border / Immigrant Children #1123548

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jun 14, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Report introduced.

(Mission, Texas: Polo Sandoval) The response to the influx of families and unaccompanied children crossing from Central America into the US at the border with Mexico featured; details given about the request for help to process all the people. [Representative Henry CUELLAR†- says the people were just happy they were here.]

(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Live discussion held with CNN commentators Marc Lamont Hill† and Ben Ferguson about the surge in immigrant children at the border. [FERGUSON, HILL – express views on Governor Jan Brewer’s claim that the problem is President Obama’s fault, Central American violence, Obama’s immigration policy and deportation record.]

Cabrera, Ana;
Sandoval, Polo

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