Debate Heats Up over Immigration Reform

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After the House of Representatives passes a tough new immigration law, President Bush and many Democrats argue that it needs to include a program for guest workers, too.

Guests:

David Welna, NPR congressional correspondent

Rep. John Shaddeg (R-A.Z.), voted for Sensenbrenner immigration bill last December

Mark Kirkorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies Gov. Bill Richardson (D-N.M.)

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