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Sen. Marco Rubio and U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart to talk immigration with Univision's Jorge Ramos

Florida lawmakers – Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla, and Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart – are key players in the debate in Congress over the contentious immigration issue.
This weekend, both men  will make an appearance on Univision’s Al Punto with longtime Univision anchor Jorge Ramos. The show airs Sundays at 10 a.m. on Univision (Channel 23).

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U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R), Florida and U.S. Senator BobMenéndez (D), New Jersey 
Two of the Gang of Eight Senators who have been working for months to present an Immigration Reform Bill talk to Jorge Ramos about their on-going negotiations and reveal new details about the proposal they are about to introduce on the Senate floor.   
U.S. Representative Luis Gutierrez (D), Illinois’ 4th District and U.S. Representative Mario Diaz Balart (R), Florida’s 25thDistrict
The House of Representatives is also working on its own version of an Immigration Reform Bill. Two key Hispanic congressmen that have defended such an initiative do a joint interview with Ramos.  
Liliana Hernández, Representative of the Opposition before the National Electoral Council of Venezuela
Less than six weeks after President Hugo Chavez's death, Venezuelans will go to the polls this Sunday to elect a new leader. Does the opposition have a real chance of winning this time? Ramos talks to Liliana Hernández who represents the opposition before the Electoral National Council.   
Edward James Olmos, Actor and Director
Mexican actor and director Edward James Olmos visits “AlPunto” to talk about the power of Hispanics in the United States, the release of his new movie “Filly Brown” and about what it was like to work with the late singer Jenni Rivera whose role in the motion picture was the first and only one she ever did.