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WYOMING NEWS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Wyoming's Immigration Policy

  • Aired: 03/23/2016
  • 01:21:29
  • Rating: NR
Wyoming PBS and the Wyoming Humanities Council partnered to explore immigration and refugee policy in Wyoming in a special Wyoming Perspectives broadcast from Heart Mountain in northwest Wyoming. Panelist: refugee now teacher Bertine Bahige, Rep. Tom Reeder from Natrona County, Suzan Pritchett from UW Law School and Sen. Al Simpson (Ret.).
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Wyoming's Immigration Policy
Immigration and refugee policy is discussed at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center.
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