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Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall and Jordan LaPier unpack the results of a national survey conducted by Luntz Global for BPC and BPC Action on Americans’ attitudes on immigration.
A discussion on the policies behind #AbolishICE, an update on family separations at the border, and a dive into the question “Can the government revoke your citizenship?”
Suspected meddling during the ’16 presidential election led to a designation of elections as critical infrastructure. Two DHS officials discuss the system today.
We discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling on the administration’s travel ban, House votes, and the recent executive order on family separations at the border.
Darrin Roth of the American Trucking Associations and Joe McAndrew of the Greater Washington Partnership join Jake and Michele Nellenbach to discuss the pros and cons of tolling.
Currently, just two-fifths of first time full time students graduate from college with a bachelors degree in four years. Is there a need for oversight and accountability of higher education institutions?
Senior Policy Analyst Tim Shaw returns to the program to break down the recent Social Security Trustees’ Report and explain why no news is bad news.
Jordan discusses with BPC experts the House Republican efforts to develop a compromise on DACA, efforts to shape the application of asylum laws, and families being separated at the border.
We discuss potential outcomes of Republican negotiations, the rights of immigrant children in schools, and possible changes to the legal status of foreign students in the US.
BPC’s Jake Varn and Andy Winkler discuss a new report that recommends ways federal agencies can better coordinate to bridge the gap between health policy and housing policy.