When Congress returns from its two-week recess, next week, immigration will be the first thing on the agenda.
Last weekend, business and labor groups reached an agreement on a guest-worker program for low-skilled immigrants. Under this agreement, guest workers could pursue a path to citizenship after one year in the United States.
But the United States already has a few different guest worker programs in place. How will they be impacted? Will the changes be effective?
Elizabeth Dwoskin is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek. Cline Church owns Cline Church Nursery in Fleetwood, North Carolina. Mary Bauer is the legal director at the Souther Poverty Law Center.