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- Ben Johnson Director of the Immigration Policy Center of the American Immigration Law Foundation
- Jennifer Ludden Reporter, National Public Radio
- Michael Hethmon Co-counsel for the city of Hazleton, Pennsylvania; general counsel, Immigration Reform Law Institute
- Lou Barletta Mayor, Hazleton, Pennsylvania
- Rudy Espinal President, Hazleton Hispanic Business Association
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