Mexico Tariffs

President Trump backed off his plan to impose tariffs on Mexican imports after striking a deal with Mexico to reduce the flow of immigrants to the Southwestern border.
Angela Banks, ASU law professor, and Glenn Hamer, president and CEO for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, talk about known details of the plan and impact on immigration enforcement.

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Angela Banks, ASU law professor; Glenn Hamer, president and CEO for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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'Big Band Years' explores hits of the 1930s

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'No Passport Required' returns for a second season to Arizona PBS

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Documentary series 'College Behind Bars' explores higher education inside prisons

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