Congressmen Divided On Immigration Reform, Migrant Children

(Undated) -- It appears the issue of undocumented children from Central America won't be solved any time soon. Republican Congressman Mike Rogers of Michigan told NBC's "Meet The Press" sending the undocumented kids back is better for everyone. He also said it would end their exploitation from gangs and drug cartels. On the other hand, Democratic Congressman Joaquin Castro of Texas says the children deserve to have their cases heard before being deported. He also says a GOP-supported 2008 anti-trafficking law was passed with children in mind.
The anti-trafficking legislation passed unanimously in both the House and Senate in 2008. Republicans have hinted they want to tweak this law before approving any border funding.