Jaime Contreras

District Chair, SEIU Local 32BJ

Guest

District Chair and Supervisor with Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ and founder and current Chair of the National Capital Immigration Coalition

Jaime Contreras on KCRW

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.

Congress Dragging Its Feet on Immigration Reform

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.

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