Republicans have retaken the House. What does that mean for immigration reform in the next two years? And, In Arizona, where so much immigration controversy began after the signing of SB 1070, how is that state shaping immigration issues on a national as well as regional level? We talk to a panel of reporters and political science experts about the implications of this mid-term election and where immigration reform goes from here. We also look to see if Latinos have gained more momentum to fight Arizona style laws elsewhere.
Peter O'Dowd, reporter, Fronteras: The Changing Americas Desk
Rubin Kihuen [D], Nevada State Senator
Antonio Gonzalez, Pres, Southwest Voter Reg Ed Project
Tibi Ellis, Chair, NV Republican Hispanic Caucus
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