Congress Dragging Its Feet on Immigration Reform

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As Congress returns from its August recess, a CNN poll finds that 76 percent of Americans are angry about the way the country's being run. The number planning to back a challenger in November's elections is higher than it was in 1994, when the Republicans took control from the Democrats.  President Bush made immigration reform a priority for this year, and Republicans held 20 hearings last month all over the country.  So, why has it dropped off their agenda?  Will the GOP or the Democrats take the heat for a lack of action next time voters go to the polls?


Rachel Swarns - New York Times - @rachelswarns, Manuel Ruiz - Santa Cruz County Supervisor, Arizona, Jaime Contreras - District Chair, SEIU Local 32BJ, John Keeley - Director of Communications, Center for Immigration Studies, Frank Sharry - America's Voice - @FrankSharry

Warren Olney