Senators Propose Principles For Immigration Reform

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Guests

Mara Liasson, national political correspondent, NPR
Linda Chavez, syndicated columnist and chairman of the Center for Equal Opportunity
Marshall Fitz, director of immigration policy, Center for American Progress
Richard Cohen, president and owner, Richard Cohen Landscape and Construction Inc.

A bipartisan group of senators is released a proposal for immigration reform. The plan specifically addresses creating a path to citizenship, employment verification systems and worker recruitment programs and raises many questions about potential changes for immigrants and employers.

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