The expected arrival of undocumented immigrant children brings out supporters and protesters in an Arizona town as the debate over immigration continues. Linda So reports.
Some came to show their support. Others to protest the expected arrival of unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America. Authorities in Oracle, Arizona have been told between 40 to 60 undocumented minors will be sent to a temporary shelter there. This as the immigration debate continues in Washington. SOUNDBITE: HOUSE SPEAKER JOHN BOEHNER, SAYING: "We're waiting on chairman Hal Rogers and the appropriations committee to scrub the president's request. I expect by the end of this week we should have some answers." House Republicans are working to reduce the President's $3.7 billion request to deal with the surge of immigrants at the border.