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Congress / Immigration Debate #846013

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 02, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The continuing debate in Congress on immigration reform updated; details given on a new poll finding that a slight majority of Americans are open to letting illegal immigrants stay in the US. [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM†- says we’re not putting 11 million people in jail or sending them home.] [Senator George ALLEN†- says illegals will have to go home and re-enter legally.]

(Los Angeles: William La Jeunesse) Comparisons between the immigration reform bills currently on the table and reforms attempted during President Ronald Reagan and President Bill Clinton’s administrations presented; details given on Reagan’s amnesty bill, Clinton’s policies, and President Bush’s position against amnesty; Reagan footage & immigrant population charts shown. [Center for Immigration Mark KRIKORIAN†, Mexican-American Legal Defense Fund John TRASVINA†- comment on the problem.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Jeunesse, William La

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