Support for immigrant communities has once again become an issue in the Democratic primary as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders compete for votes in next week's New York Primary.  The Sanders campaign responded to the news today with a conference call in which they pointed to Clinton's opposition to a 2007 program that would have given drivers licenses for undocumented people in New York State.  Ironically enough, Clinton's strongest denunciations of that policy came in the 2007-2008 Democratic presidential primary when Clinton was defending herself against accusations from fellow Democrats that she was too sympathetic toward the drivers license program.

The two democratic candidates will square off against each other in a debate hosted by CNN on Thursday night.