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Thursday Night Talk: Immigration Enforcement on the North Coast

"How do our children get treated fairly in the schools, how do they not get suspended and expelled at disproportionate rates, how are our families incorporated into our educational system ... I think that those are some of the challenges we face as a county as a region," says Renee Saucedo of Centro del Pueblo .

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This month, I ventured to ask the man behind the counter at a Whole Foods Market what kind of shrimp he was selling. "I don't know," he replied. "I think they're just normal shrimp." I glanced at the sustainable seafood guide on my phone. There were 80 entries for shrimp, none of them listed "normal."

What about the cod? Was it Atlantic or Pacific? Atlantic. How was it caught? I asked. "I'm not sure," he said, looking doubtfully at a creamy fish slab. "With nets, I think. Not with harpoons."

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At least two judges will hear last-minute challenges today to President Trump's revised executive order on immigration, which goes into effect tomorrow. The order temporarily halts the U.S. refugee program and travel from six mostly Muslim countries.

Some state attorneys general and immigration advocates were able to get the first order suspended. Judges in Maryland and Hawaii have set hearings on challenges to the new one.

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