Legalizing Mexican Immigrants



Guests:

Cecilia Munoz
*Vice President of Research, Advocacy & Legislation for The National Council of La Raza

Dan Stein
*Executive Director, Federation for American Immigration Reform

Maria-Elena Durazo
*General Vice President, Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union

President Bush is considering a plan that would grant amnesty to some three million Mexicans living illegally in the U.S. The idea has some Americans and immigrants from other countries upset. Should the US government grant legal residency to millions of Mexican illegal immigrants? Juan Williams talks with Mexican-Americans and immigration experts.

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