People protest Arizona's tough new anti-immigration law outside the state's Capitol building, April 25 2010

People protest Arizona's tough new anti-immigration law outside the state's Capitol building, April 25 2010

Arizona’s tough new immigration law might force Democrats to push for an overhaul this year. A key Republican has vowed to withdraw his support for an energy bill if Congress gives priority to immigration legislation. A discussion of the politics and possibilities of immigration reform.

Guests

  • Laura Meckler White House correspondent for The Wall Street Journal.
  • Angela Kelley vice president for immigration policy and advocacy, Center for American Progress.
  • Mark Krikorian executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies.

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