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Summary Few issues have provoked such national outrage since integration and opposition to the Vietnam war crested in the s. Note: Justice Talking ceased production on June 30 of Link information on this site is not maintained and is provided for historical interest only.
Although correct when posted, The Annenberg Public Policy Center makes no claim as the the accuracy or continued availability of any third party web links found on this site. Overview The issue of immigration has been a flashpoint in the Presidential debates.
Border fences, identification for illegal immigrants, and other reforms have all been debated. And Mitt Romney has been in the hot seat because some say he didn't act fast enough when he found out illegal workers were cutting his grass. All of these issues raise important questions about U. What happens to workers caught working without papers? Join us for this edition of Justice Talking for a look at our nation's work rules and what they mean for illegal immigrants.
Immigrant Exodus Reporter Eric Mack visits Hooker, Oklahoma, to examine how the state's tough new immigration laws are affecting its citizens and workforce. Jeffrey Passel is a demographer at the Pew Hispanic Center , where he studies immigration. Law professor David Harris and conservative advocate Tom Fitton debate if and when local police should inquire about immigration status.
He has over 17 years experience in conservative public policy. He authored the Legal Arizona Workers Act which punishes businesses for hiring illegal immigrants. He opposes the new law. Tamar Jacoby is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.