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The Politics of Enforcing Immigration Law

The Politics of Enforcing Immigration Law

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As the federal government steps up raids on businesses that employ illegal immigrants, officers are arresting people who have lived in the country for years, and may have American-born children. Guests discuss increased enforcement, and the changing politics of the immigration debate.

N.C. Aizenman, immigration reporter, the Washington Post

Michael Wishnie, clinical professor of law, Yale University

Mark Krikorian, executive director, Center for Immigration Studies