This week on Washington Week, Gwen Ifill and panelists consider the latest developments in politics and policy-making. Karen Tumulty of TIME Magazine and Gloria Borger of US News and World Report look ahead to the Iowa caucuses and explore the role of religion in presidential politics. Wayne Washington of The Boston Globe will describe the White House's new immigration proposal and will examine both the legal and political aspects of the plan. Pete Williams of NBC News offers analysis of the latest homeland security program: a system of fingerprinting and photographing some categories of visitors to the United States. [26 minutes]
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