Nov. 21, 2016: Prof. Yale-Loehr, Sen. Latimer, Paul Macielak, John Tomassi
November 21, 2016
Today, The Capitol Pressroom explored what immigration could like under President-elect Trump. Are concerns justified? What power and limitations does any president have in immigration policy? Susan Arbetter will host Stephen Yale-Loehr, a Professor of Immigration Law Practice at Cornell Law School and immigration attorney for over 30 years who is the co-author of Immigration Law and Procedure, the leading 21-volume treatise on U.S. immigration law.
Sen. George Latimer (D – Port Chester) spoke with Susan about his re-election and priorities for the coming year.
Then hosted an in-depth look at what happens now to healthcare plans in New York under a Trump presidency with Paul Macielak, President and CEO of the New York Health Plan Association.
Finally, John Tomassi, president of the Upstate Transportation Association, made the case that expanding ride-sharing to upstate would hurt the economy and put passengers’ lives at risk.◄ Back to PodCasts