What Trump’s refugee policies could mean for places like Bowling Green, Kentucky

For the year that began in October, President Trump has capped the number of refugees who may enter the U.S. at 18,000 — the lowest level since 1980. The policy is having a significant effect in what may seem like an unlikely place: Bowling Green, Kentucky, where a disproportionate number of refugees has settled in recent years, forming a crucial component of the local economy. John Yang reports.

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