Bill Richardson

APCO Worldwide

Guest

Board chair of APCO Worldwide, a global political strategies consultancy; former Governor of New Mexico and author of Between Worlds: The Making of an American Life; former Democratic candidate for president;

Bill Richardson on KCRW

A  new study  by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that illegal immigration from Mexico has dropped to zero, reversing a trend that has shaped American law, culture and politics.

Is the Immigration 'Crisis' Going Away?

A new study by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that illegal immigration from Mexico has dropped to zero, reversing a trend that has shaped American law, culture and politics.

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The states, the US Supreme Court and presidential candidates are debating the consequences of illegal immigration — at a time when it's on the decline.

Is the Immigration 'Crisis' Going Away?

The states, the US Supreme Court and presidential candidates are debating the consequences of illegal immigration — at a time when it's on the decline.

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Bill Richardson has an extraordinary resume.  ongressman; Secretary of Energy; Ambassador to the UN; now,  Governor of New Mexico .  Unofficially, he's been a successful negotiator in…

Governor Bill Richardson Eyes the White House

Bill Richardson has an extraordinary resume.  ongressman; Secretary of Energy; Ambassador to the UN; now, Governor of New Mexico .  Unofficially, he's been a successful negotiator in…

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