States press ahead on immigration reform
Many states are not waiting for immigration reform from Congress and the president, and are forging ahead with their own immigration laws. The result so far is a patchwork -- where some states are stricter than the current federal law, while others are more lenient.
- Josh Goodman: Covers immigration issues for Governing magazine.
- Devona Walker: Reporter for the Daily Oklahoman. She covers immigration issues.
- Antonio Olivo: Reporter at the Chicago Tribune.
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