The moderator will ask participants whether the United States should welcome immigrants, enforce the law and be fair to those who follow it or slow down immigration, according to a flier for the event.
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The 90-minute conversations will be led by a nonpartisan moderator who will frame the issues in a balanced way, Patino-Garfias said. The forums will take place in the WSU student union’s Rathskeller conference room.
The forum comes as the national immigration debate has reached a fever pitch, with a deadline on a deal to protect people illegally brought to the U.S. as children looms later this month. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was set to expire on March 5, but legal issues could keep it in place a little longer, according to reports.