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Immigration Bill #306905

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 17, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Parameters of new immigration bill before Congress outlined.

(El Paso, Texas: Harry Smith) Implications of bill for illegal aliens such as Ben Jamin examined; details given, scenes shown. [JAMIN - (thru translator) defs. working in US.] El Paso's situation considered. [Businessman Moises BELTRAN - doesn't believe stopping daily flow of illegal aliens is feasible.] [Construction supervisor David VALARDE - resents racial overtones of law; explains.] [Border expert Ellwyn STODDARD - attributes current action against illegals political scapegoating.] [Econ. development dir. Pablo SALCIDO - notes role of Mexico's economy in problem.]

Rather, Dan;
Smith, Harry

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