Today, Sunday Morning investigated everything from Barbra Streisand to the late Renoir, but—most interestingly—touched on immigration issues in Arizona, one of the nation's most competitive theater camps, and Watson babies.
Senate Bill 1070 has been making appearances in national news since Arizona's Governor, Jan Brewer, signed it into law in April 2010. The bill is so controversial for a few reasons , namely the whole carrying papers and apparent racial profiling thing.
Conversation on the topic ranged from retired border patrol talking about securing border areas, to telling the story of a young illegal immigrant named Hermann making a life for himself. Hermann talks about his incredible work ethic, two college degrees, and the fact that he is paying taxes.
Stagedoor Manor opened its doors over thirty years ago, and its list of alumni includes Robert Downey Jr., Natalie Portman, and Lea Michele. When it opened, Stagedoor was one of about a dozen theater camps in the U.S.-and now is one of over 800. Mo Rocca talked to world's cutest teenager, Jonathan, who is a 13-year-old first time camper who found friends and a place to fit in at Stagedoor Manor.
Dr. Walter Watson is the oldest practicing doctor in the United States, and at 100-years-old he has delivered between 15 and 18,000 babies-that's nearly 10% of Augusta, Georgia's population!
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