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Immigration Is Hot Topic in Iowa, Overlooked by Campaigns

  • Aired: 11/02/2012
  • 08:58
  • Rating: E
Hispanics may be only 5 percent of Iowa's population, but that number represents a boom of 110 percent in 10 years, driven in part by the meat industry jobs. While immigration was a big topic for the Republican caucuses, Iowa Public Television's Paul Year reports on why presidential candidates have been silent on the issue.
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