Can We Get Past Politics to Reform Immigration?
This panel will bring together politically diverse individuals with a unique and extensive understanding of national and political party politics. Through a bipartisan examination of the changing demographics of our nation and our voting populace, panelists will explore the impacts of the ongoing immigration reform debate on their own political parties and the future of national politics.
Festival: 2013

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