Should citizens have a bigger voice in the Government's decisions regarding Immigration, both at a national, state, and local level? If people are more involve in the process, maybe they can learn more about the topic and have more informed thoughts on it. However, is this a right and feasible path to undertake?
Oct 24, 2018
A large migrant caravan was recently reported to have been traveling from Honduras, passing through several Central American countries (ex. Nicaragua) in order to reach the US border. This has raised a lot of controversy especially in light of the Trump Administration's agenda on immigration. Should the US turn these people around, or open up their borders to them? Why? What does this say about the United State's immigration policy? Is there anything in the system that needs to be changed, or do you think it's working right now? Source: https://www.vox.com/2018/10/24/18010340/caravan-trump-border-honduras-mexico