Eleven ... maybe twelve million people could be in this country illegally. Some fled their home country to escape poverty or crime. Others came to this country and committed crimes. Clearly our country has failed to secure the border; to make sure we know who is coming into the U.S. the legal way. More importantly, what do we do now?
John Stineman, a republican presidential campaign veteran and executive director of the Iowa Alliance, was part of a national study on what presidential candidates should do on immigration reform. He tells Channel 13's Dave Price what he has learned from the study.
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