Immigrant-rights groups give up on federal legislation, shift focus to ObamaApril 5, 2011
With a divided Congress, getting anything done in Washington has been difficult. Immigration reform has been one of the most divisive topic among lawmakers. Now, a variety of immigrant-rights groups around the country have all but officially given up on their dreams of comprehensive federal immigration reform over the next few years. Instead, they're pushing to make immigration enforcement less strict. KDNK's Mathew Katz spoke with Alan Kaplan of the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition about one of those new programs.