Bipartisan Policy Center To Announce New Immigration Commission Led by Secretaries Condoleezza Rice, Henry Cisneros and Governors Haley Barbour, Ed Rendell

Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:43pm EST

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*Reporter Conference Call Tomorrow at  2:15PM EST*

Washington, D.C.  - Former Secretary of State  Condoleezza Rice, former HUD
Secretary  Henry Cisneros, and former Governors  Haley Barbour  and  Ed Rendell,
the co-chairs of the Bipartisan Policy Center's (BPC) new Immigration
Commission, will be available to take your questions via phone tomorrow, 
February 11, at  2:15PM EST.   

BPC's Immigration Commission, which will be announced tomorrow morning, will
develop a politically viable package of policy recommendations and work with
Congress to help pass immigration reform.   

Rebecca Tallent, former Chief of Staff and long-time aide to Senator  John
McCain  (R-AZ), who joined BPC earlier this month to lead this effort, will also
be on tomorrow's call.  

Please RSVP to  to receive the dial in information.

 WHO:    BPC Immigration Commission Co-Chairs                                      
         Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice                                
         Former HUD Secretary Henry G. Cisneros                                    
         Governor Haley Barbour                                                    
         Governor Ed Rendell                                                       
 WHAT:   Reporter Conference Call                                                  
         Launch of BPC's Immigration Commission                                    
 WHERE:  Via Conference Call                                                       
         RSVP to  to receive the dial in information.  
 WHEN:   Monday, February 11, 2013                                                 
         2:15-3:00PM EST                                                           

Ashley Clark Berrang

/PRNewswire-USNewswire --  Feb. 10, 2013/

SOURCE  Bipartisan Policy Center

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