AGENDA - November 9, 2013 - English edition

On this week's Hispanic AGENDA: Some say that passing immigration reform in an election year is unlikely, but does history suggest otherwise? We take a look at why it will pass this year…then, discuss why it won’t pass. Plus, our political panel details the ramifications of this week’s elections. On the Roundtable, how a group of wealthy Latinos plan to target lawmakers who oppose immigration, and where the term "Hispanic" came from. Plus, our Roundtable discusses the arrest of two immigration reform activists outside of the offices of two members of Congress seen by many as strong allies of their cause. And, why is Hugo Chavez's face appearing in the strangest places? That and much more on this week's Hispanic AGENDA.

Hispanic AGENDA airs in Spanish Saturdays at 10am on Telemundo Washington, and in English Saturdays at 1pm on NewsChannel 8.