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Immigration Legis. #297418

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 10, 1984
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(Studio) House said scheduled to begin debating new immigration legislature
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(DC) Est. number illegal aliens entering United States annually and remaining noted. [AFL-CIO legislative director Ray DENISON - supports halting flow of illegal aliens into United States for economy reasons.] Senator approval of legislature controlling illegal immigration recalled; Representative Thomas O'Neill's postponement of similar legislature in House mentioned. Simpson-Mazzoli bill outlined on screen. [Representative Don EDWARDS - explains his opposition to legislature] [DENISON - responds.] Concern that legislature will lead to national identification card noted. [Senator Alan SIMPSON - denies national identification card is result.] Possible election yr. outcome of debate considered. [Representative Dan GLICKMAN - opposes killing bill.] [DENISON - cites possible parliamentary maneuver used to defeat bill.]
REPORTER: Lark McCarthy Artist: Don Juhlin

Kurtis, Bill;
McCarthy, Lark

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