Immigration Reform Interim Report Reaction
In response to an interim report issued by the Commission on Immigration Reform, participants opposed a proposed five-state computerized worker verification registry, fearing civil rights violations.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Audrey Alvardo Officer National Council of La Raza
- Lucas Guttentag Attorney American Civil Liberties Union
- Daphne Kwok Executive Director Organization of Chinese Americans
- Stephen "Steve" Moore Senior Fellow Cato Institute
- Karen K. Narasaki Officer Japanese American Citizens League
- John Swenson Officer Catholic Liberties Union
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