Who Gets To Become a U.S. Citizen?
Attorneys general from several U.S. states, including Connecticut, have allied in opposition to new Trump administration rules that target immigrants. This hour, we sit down with Connecticut Attorney General William Tong to learn more.
Also, you many have noticed the recent deluge of headlines responding to the Trump administration’s threats to end birthright citizenship. But does the administration, in fact, have the authority to make good on these threats? We talk with an expert on the Constitution's birthright citizenship clause.
And finally, the latest development in, well, the development of Hartford’s Downtown North. We check in with the Hartford Business Journal’s Joe Cooper. And we want to hear from you.
- William Tong - Connecticut Attorney General (@AGWilliamTong)
- Garrett Epps - U.S. Supreme Court correspondent for The Atlantic, Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore, and author of Democracy Reborn, a book on the history of the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment (@Profepps)
- Joe Cooper - Web editor for the Hartford Business Journal (@JoeCooperHBJ)
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.