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- Maria Cardona New Democratic Network
- Danny Diaz NRCC
- Warren Olney host of "To The Point" and "Which Way, LA?"
- Angela Kelley deputy director for projects, National Immigration Forum
- Steven Camarota director of research, Center for Immigration Studies
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