Tuesday Talk: How immigration reform benefits MN
Now that the U.S. Senate has passed a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform bill, focus on the debate moves to the U.S. House. The measure would put
millions of undocumented residents living in the U.S., including many in Minnesota, on a possible 13-year citizenship pathway. The nearly 1,200-page bill also increases border security along setting out hundreds of other legal provisions for non-U.S. citizens to live and work in the country.
Minnesota is a stronger state when all of its residents have the right to access financial and educational opportunities, as Minnesota 2020’s last two buy local reports highlight.
Today, between 8:30 and 10 am, we’re happy to have Alberto Monserrate, co-Founder of the Latino Communications Network, joining us to discuss the current immigration debate and its Minnesota impact.
What are your thoughts on immigration reform?
If you can’t join us at 8:30, please leave a question for Alberto.