Should U.S. Businesses Market to Illegal Immigrants? Guests comment on Bank of America's decision to offer credit cards to undocumented immigrants. Critics argue that the plan seeks profits by seeking customers who knowingly break the law.
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Should U.S. Businesses Market to Illegal Immigrants?

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Should U.S. Businesses Market to Illegal Immigrants?

Should U.S. Businesses Market to Illegal Immigrants?

Should U.S. Businesses Market to Illegal Immigrants?

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Guests comment on Bank of America's decision to offer credit cards to undocumented immigrants. Critics argue the plan seeks profits by seeking customers who knowingly break the law.

Guests:

Miriam Jordan, covers immigration issues for The Wall Street Journal

Bob Justich, a senior managing director of Bear Stearns Asset Management