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Should U.S. Businesses Market to Illegal Immigrants?

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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?

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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

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