Tensions surrounding the new Arizona immigration law reflect the changing demographics across the country as a younger, multi-cultural population moves in with the aging baby boomers. A new report published by the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings, “The State of Metropolitan America,” discusses these new trends in advance of the 2010 Census results and shows a society undergoing a dramatic transformation.
In this week’s web chat, Audrey Singer discussed the new report and its policy implications, particularly on the emerging immigration debate. POLITICO assistant editor Seung Min Kim moderated the discussion.
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