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Rep. Lofgren Sees Hope for Immigration Reform

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President Obama urged Congress to move forward on the thorny issue of immigration reform in Tuesday's State of the Union address. Comprehensive immigration reform bills died in 2006 and '07. What are the odds that the president really will get something to sign this year?

Host Stephanie Martin talks with San Jose Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, who is on the front lines of the immigration policy reform battle. She's the ranking Democrat on the House Immigration Subcommittee, and has been working on a bipartisan plan behind closed doors for nearly four years now.


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