April 28: Boston and Immigration, North Carolina’s Republican revolution, and the SEC

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Melissa McBrien and son Tyler, 11 months, exit a polling precinct after voting at the Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center on Election Day in...
Melissa McBrien and son Tyler, 11 months, exit a polling precinct after voting at the Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center on Election Day in...
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On Sunday’s Up with Steve Kornacki, we’ll be talking about  how the alleged Boston bombers’ immigration status could change the immigration debate. We’ll also discuss recent developments in North Carolina, where total Republican control of the state government has led to an avalanche of ultra-conservative legislation that includes strict new voter ID regulations. We’ll also talk about the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and what’s been happening in the world of financial regulation.

Joining Steve Kornacki at 8 a.m. will be:

Jordan Fabian, Political editor at Fusion.

Lorella Praeli, a director of advocacy and policy for United We Dream.

Ryan Enos, a political scientist and assistant professor of government at Harvard University.

Judy Pino, communications director for the conservative Hispanic group the LIBRE Initiative.

Rev. William Barber, president, North Carolina NAACP.

Gerrick Brenner, executive director of Progress North Carolina.

Penda Hair, co-director at the Advancement Project, a civil rights organization.

North Carolina State Senator Linda Garrou (D).

Rashad Robinson, executive director at Color of Change.

 Josh Barro, columnist for Bloomberg View

Alexis Goldstein, former vice president at Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank.

Liz Kennedy, counsel at Demos.

Jesse Eisinger, senior reporter covering Wall Street and finance for ProPublica and columnist, The New York Times.

April 28: Boston and Immigration, North Carolina's Republican revolution, and the SEC

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