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Internet Radio Show: Here and Now

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June 20, 2018: Hour 2
Spain has welcomed 630 migrants who were picked up off the coast of Libya last week. The migrants arrived in Valencia, Spain, in three vessels, including the rescue ship Aquarius. We speak with one reporter who was on board Aquarius. Also, political strategists Karine Jean-Pierre and John Brabender assess the election-year politics of the Trump administration's practice of separating children from undocumented immigrant parents arrested on the Mexico border. And, on this week's Here & Now DJ Session, Jeremy Hobson speaks with KCRW DJ Raul Campos, who brings his latest favorites, including songs from artists Gorillaz, Bob Moses and Buddy. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's June 20, 2018 full broadcast.
June 20, 2018: Hour 1
NPR's Kelsey Snell joins us with the latest surrounding the Trump administration's family separation policy, which has been the focus of mounting criticism and has left Congress scrambling. Also, Canadian lawmakers voted yesterday to legalize recreational marijuana across the country. The end of prohibition is spawning a cannabis investment boom north of the U.S. border, as Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd learned on a recent trip to Smiths Falls, Ontario. And for years, Americans have seen malls struggle and close. But Miami-Dade County commissioners approved plans for what would be the largest mall in the country: a sprawling 6 million-square-foot complex complete with 2,000 hotel rooms, an indoor ski slope and a water park. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's June 20, 2018 full broadcast.
June 19, 2018: Hour 1
There have been many voices against President Trump's chosen policy of family separation at the U.S. border. We get the views of a supporter of the administration's "zero-tolerance" policy, conservative talk show host Sandy Rios. Also, author Kelly Yang came to the Unites States from China at the age of 6. From ages 8-12, she helped her parents manage motels, often by taking charge of the front desk. She's now published the kids' book "Front Desk," which was inspired by her own experiences. And, the small town of Abita Springs, Louisiana, is on an ambitious track to switch to 100 percent renewable energy. We speak with Mayor Greg Lemons about his commitment to provide the town with electricity from renewable sources by 2030. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's June 19, 2018 full broadcast.

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