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Marches Mark Renewed Debate over Immigration

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Marches Mark Renewed Debate over Immigration

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Marches Mark Renewed Debate over Immigration

Marches Mark Renewed Debate over Immigration

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Several marches for immigrant rights are planned in cities around the country Monday as Congress readies to return to Washington. Guests talk about the goals of these marches and about where the immigration debate is headed.

Guests:

Juan Salgado, President of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Michael Sandler, writer who covers immigration for Congressional Quarterly

Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor at the National Review