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Immigration Legis. #297593

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 19, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) House debate on amnesty amendment to Simpson-Mazzoli immigration reform legislature examined; details of bill outlined. [Representatives Dan LUNGREN, Robert GARCIA, Bill McCOLLUM - debate amnesty issue.] Aspects of bill pertaining to employer sanctions, guest worker program outlined on screen, discussed.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

(San Antonio, Texas) Amnesty's psychological as well as legal impact on illegal aliens such as Pedro Rodriguez, here for 16 years, examined. [WOMAN - (thru translator) thinks Simpson-Mazzoli bill is trap.] [Mayor Henry CISNEROS - agrees; explains.] [Mayor Othal BRAND - considers aliens who have established themselves economy and socially in United States over period of time legal regardless of the law.] [Governor Toney ANAYA - doesn't believe legislature will tighten borders due to econ. realities.]
REPORTER: Martha Teichner

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Kansas City, Missouri) Discovery that Silvia and Jose Carmona, winners of house in church lottery, are illegal aliens examined; background to case explained. [INS district manager Ron SANDERS - explains arresting Carmona.] [Employer John DALEY - praises Carmona's job record.] [Reverend William PATE - notes Carmona's status in community.] ["Kansas City Times" spokesperson E.A. TORRIERO - notes Carmona is only seeking American dream.] [SANDERS - agrees family is model residents.] Legal technicality allowing Carmonas to remain temporarily explained.
REPORTER: Karen Stone

Reporter(s):
Jones, Phil;
Rather, Dan;
Stone, Karen;
Teichner, Martha
Duration:
00:06:10

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