The Immigration Landscape 20 Years After Prop. 187

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Twenty years ago California voters approved Proposition 187, which was intended to withhold public education and health services from those in the U.S. illegally. A federal court struck down the measure as unconstitutional, but the proposition is credited with galvanizing a generation of Latino voters. We'll discuss the lasting impact of Proposition 187 on California politics and the nation's immigration debate.

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Guests:

Peter Nunez, former assistant U.S. attorney; board member of the Center for Immigration Studies

Gary Segura, political science professor, Stanford University; co-author of "Latino America: How America's Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Transform the Politics of the Nation"

Hiroshi Motomura, professor, UCLA School of Law; author of "Immigration Outside the Law"

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