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Immigration Reform / Congress #836547

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 05, 2006
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Hammonton, New Jersey: Byron Pitts) The failure of Congress to move forward with immigration reform legislation featured; scenes shown from hearings in Philadelphia & San Diego. [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG – says our city’s economy would collapse if they were deported.] [Representative J.D. HAYWORTH†- calls for active, interior enforcement of our laws.] [At Dunkin’ Donuts, President BUSH – says he wants to work with Congress to come up with a rational way forward.] [Atlantic Blueberry Co. Paul GALLETTA†- supports a guest worker program.]

Smith, Harry;
Pitts, Byron

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