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Is immigration reform alive and well in Congress? Or is it walking dead? Host Maria Hinojosa talks with Bob Naerebout, executive director of the Idaho Dairymen’s Association, about the business and moral reasons he went to Washington to keep reform alive.

 Photo courtesy of Rob Crawley.

Bob-photoBob Naerebout is the executive director of the Idaho Dairymen’s Association.

2 thoughts on “Does Immigration Reform Still Have A Pulse?

  1. Immigration reform should not include a path to citizenship for those who have broken the law. We have the most generous citizenship laws on the planet. We make easily 1 million new citizens annually; more than any other nation. It is something to be proud of, not something to hide.
    Lowering our standards only cheapens US citizenship.

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