President Bush Address on Immigration Policy

Major changes are in the works for U.S. immigration policy. In a White House address, President Bush is expected to outline his plan to help more immigrants work legally in the United States. Join NPR's Lynn Neary for coverage of the event and a discussion of how the proposals will affect policy and election year politics.

Guests:

Frank Del Olmo
*Associate editor, The Los Angeles Times, covering immigration issues for 30 years

Rep. Tom Tancredo
*Republican congressman from Colorado
*Chair, Immigration Reform Caucus

Charles Kamasaki
*Senior vice president, National Council of La Raza

Rep. Howard Berman
*Democratic congressman from California
*Member of the House International Relations Committee

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