October 13, 2016 | By Brian Hanson, Sara McElmurry, Craig Kafura

Deep Dish - Episode 3: Immigration and National Security

Immigration and national security have been salient topics in this year’s election, but until now they’ve been conspicuously absent from the presidential debates. With both topics set for discussion in the third debate, vice president of studies Brian Hanson sat down with Council immigration expert Sara McElmurry and polling expert Craig Kafura to discuss common-sense immigration reforms that could find consensus during the next administration. Listen here.

 

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