Town Halls on Immigration Reform
by Scott Braddock on June 1, 2010 at 6:30 PM
Today I talk with Americans for Immigration Reform Chairman Charles Foster. We discuss an article from USA Today in which writer Julianne Malveaux comments on the need for town halls on immigration reform.
An interesting point Malveaux makes is:
Town hall meetings can be imperfect and are no substitute for considered public policy. But convening national conversations about immigration that provide a platform for people to talk with — not at — each other might prove to be informative as well as productive.