A bipartisan group of Senators and the President laid out plans for comprehensive immigration reform this week. Although lawmakers on both sides of the aisle agree some sort of immigration package is needed, there will still be some obstacles in Congress before any bill gets passed. Tougher border security, penalties for employers who hire undocumented workers and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants are all part of the initial plans. We'll discuss the road to comprehensive immigration reform and how it could affect real people.
David Damore, Political Scientist, UNLV
Al Martinez, President, SEIU Nevada
Tibi Ellis, Author and Political Activist
Maria Espinosa, Local Immigrant
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