President Trump signs executive order to stop separating immigrant parents and children

This week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that will end the process of separating children and parents detained at the U.S.-Mexican border while trying to enter the country illegally. Joining us to talk about this and developments are Angela Banks, a law professor at ASU, and Larry Levi Sandigo, pro bono manager for the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project.

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Angela Banks: Law Professor, ASU
Larry Levi Sandigo: Pro Bono Manager, Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project

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