Hillary Clinton Talks Immigration Reform in Las Vegas

Hillary Rodham Clinton kicked of her listening tour in Nevada at Rancho High School in Las Vegas. Clinton spoke for the first time about immigration reform at a school where 70 percent of the population is Hispanic. In her remarks, Clinton promised to expand the DREAMer program and create a clear path to citizenship. She argued that a immigration reform with a path to citizenship is key to strengthen the American economy and America’s families.

Clinton had a strong warning about her Republican opponents saying, “Now this is where I differ with everybody on the Republican side. Make no mistakes. Today not a single Republican candidate – announced or potential – is clearly and consistently supporting a path to citizenship. Not one. When they talk about ‘legal status’ that is code for second-class status.”

A full video from Clinton’s roundtable event is available from C-SPAN by CLICKING HERE.

Clinton continues her Nevada listening tour tomorrow. Be sure to follow along on Twitter and Facebook.

News Source: ABC News

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