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Immigration Reform / Gutierrez Interview #870552

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 19, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The controversial immigration bill outlined. [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM, Representative Brian BILBRAY†, presidential candidate Mitt ROMNEY - offer views on the bill.] Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh’s remark that the immigration deal could destroy the Republican Party noted. Earlier interview held with Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez†, who brokered the immigration deal. [GUTIERREZ – says we want people to come out from the shadows and register; outlines requirements for immigrants to get a “Z” card; comments on the personal aspect as an immigrant; says they are taking jobs that Americans are not doing.]
Sanchez, Rick

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