Colorado Public Radio
Immigration Reform: What's Your Connection?
The debate over U.S. immigration policy -- who's allowed to live and work in the U.S. and who's not -- is front-and-center again.
The immigration reform bill passed this summer by the U.S. senate would put more than 11 million people -- living illegally in the United States -- on a path to citizenship. It would also tighten border security. But with the House of Representatives working on its own bill, the future of immigration reform isn't clear.
We're looking deeper into how Coloradans are affected by any new legislation. Tell us where you see yourselves in the immigration debate.
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