Sanctuary Cities; H-1B Worker Visa Reform
As federal immigration rules tighten, some communities, Cincinnati for example, are pushing back by declaring themselves "sanctuary cities." And some object by indentifying as a "welcoming city," as Cleveland Heights did in a 6-1 council vote this week. What exactly does that mean? And what repercussions may come if a proposed state law aimed at punishing sanctuary cities gains approval? Discussion, on The Sound of Ideas. Then, a look at the H-1B visa program and why some feel it needs reform.
-Jonathan Adler, Professor of Law; Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation, Case Western Reserve University
-Cheryl Stephens, Cleveland Heights Mayor
-Joe Cimperman, President, Global Cleveland
-Matt O’Brien, Research Director, Federation for American Immigration Reform
-Grace Wang, H-1B Visa Employee; Attorney, Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP