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Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Will it Happen?

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Students Talk Back: A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum

April 3, 2013
12:00pm to 1:00pm


Michael Madrid, Principal, Grassroots Lab
Shikhar Gupta, Director of Underclassmen Engagement, USC College Democrats
Giuseppe Robalino, Member, USC College Republicans
Carrie Lopez, Chair, Hispanas Organizing for Political Equality Leadership Institute (HOPE)

Co-moderated by:

Yasmeen Serhan, News Editor, Daily Trojan
Dan Schnur, Director the Jesse M Unruh Institute of Politics

Immigration reform drew a bipartisan standing ovation at the State of the Union and is now a top priority in both parties. With multiple proposals on the table, can we expect to finally see a comprehensive immigration reform bill before the end of 2013? What components are likely to be included the final package? What aspects of the bill are likely to be most contested? Join us in a discussion with students and professionals of the possibility of significant, comprehensive immigration reform and the impact it will have on our nation.

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