From Washington: Immigration’s Effect On American Cities

As record numbers of migrants continue to enter the United States through the Southern border, cities that once defined themselves as “sanctuary cities” are reaching out for federal help amid the influx. Former Senior Law Enforcement Advisor to DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano Charles Marino explains the legal definition of a “sanctuary city”, how he believes the Biden administration has gotten border policy wrong, and how the increase in immigration could strain America’s infrastructure.
Whether it’s canceled flights, lost luggage, or skyrocketing ticket prices, Americans are becoming increasingly frustrated by airlines. Despite receiving billions of dollars in taxpayer bailout money from the Covid-19 pandemic, airlines have neglected to fix the issues that have been long plaguing passengers. Along with Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI), Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) has been working to create the Ensuring Friendly Skies for Passengers Act to protect American travelers from deceptive industry practices. She joins with an in-depth look at the legislation and explains how the bill would give more power to the Federal Trade Commission, allowing them to enforce antitrust violations and investigate airlines’ unfair practices.