Coming up on today's show:
On Monday, the Trump Administration reversed more than decade of U.S. immigration policy by ending temporary protected status, or TPS, for Salvadoran immigrants. It’s the latest crackdown by the Department of Homeland Security. Mark Curnutte, the race and community reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer, and Andrew Selee, president of the Migration Policy Institute, explain.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether a driver should have an expectation of privacy in a rental car when his or her name isn’t listed on the agreement as an authorized driver. Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for The New York Times, says that this case could have major implications for poor Americans, particularly African Americans who are more likely to have rental transactions.
This episode is hosted by Todd Zwillich
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