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Topic - Henry Cisneros
"It would generate such anger that it probably jeopardizes the ability to go forward in good faith on immigration reform in Congress," said Henry Cisneros, a former Cabinet secretary in the Clinton administration and now one of the Bipartisan Policy Center's immigration task force members. "The waters will be so poisoned politically there will be doubt introduced about the motives of the administration."
Henry Cisneros, a former Housing and Urban Development secretary, says expanding the nondeportation policy to all illegal immigrants would generate such anger that it probably jeopardizes the ability to go forward in good faith on immigration reform in Congress."