Roundtable: Imus; Immigration; Chan's Show

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Tuesday's topics include the two-week suspension of radio host Don Imus; President Bush's new push to overhaul immigration policy; and Jackie Chan's new Kung Fu competition TV show.

Tony Cox is joined by Bob Meadows, a writer at People magazine; Michael Meyers, executive director of the New York Civil Rights Coalition, and Laura Washington, a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times.

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